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Lumber Talk needs quality articles. So, here’s the deal….

Write an Article for Lumber Talk and Get

  • One month FREE advertising
  • A bio as a contributor to Lumber Talk (that mentions your business)

You don’t need to be a great writer – just a knowledgeable lumber industry professional. Articles will be proofed and edited as needed.

Recommended Subjects Include:

  • How-To …(build stuff with lumber)
  • Inventory Management (lumber, timber, poles, hardware, equipment, etc.)
  • Lumber Sales
  • Quality Issues
  • Interesting Projects
  • Trends
  • Lumber Industry News
  • Construction Industry News
  • Other Ideas are Welcome

To Get Started as a Contributor

Complete the form below…

Write (or Cut & Paste) your article here. Please keep the length to between 1 and 3 pages. Avoid profanity, libel, or abusive language.

Your article will be reviewed and edited before being posted. You may be asked to re-write certain segments.

terms and conditions – basically, free advertising in exchange for your article.

More Details
It is simple. Lumber industry professionals (from sales people to buyers to contractors) will get one month of free advertising for their business for each new article written (max one ad per month per business). Articles must be a minimum of 500 words and contain quality, factual, objective material (no fluff and no “advertorials”).

You CAN link to your site in the article IF the link ENHANCES the content of the article.

Your bio as a Lumber Talk contributor will be listed as long as you are an active contributor to LumberTalk.com and will be removed approximately one month after your last published article.

Articles submitted to Lumber Talk.com become the property of Lumber Talk.com. You will, of course, get full-credit as the author of your articles but you may use them with reference to LumberTalk.com.