High Noon Entertainment is teaming up with a major cable network to produce a documentary series about the real life joy, laughter and heartache American families and mothers experience from every side of the adoption and surrogacy process. If you’re: pregnant and considering adoption, a couple or single parent looking to adopt, or are on either side of a surrogate pregnancy, we want to hear from you! Are you in the middle of your own real-life adoption or surrogacy story? We want to hear from you! We’re looking for dynamic people from all walks of life who have a current, compelling story focused on the adoption or surrogacy process. If you have a story you’d like to share or know someone who does, please send a one- or two- paragraph summary and a… [more]
AdoptionBlogs.com is interested in speaking to experienced bloggers who are interested in writing about various topics related to adoption. AdoptionBlogs.com covers a wide range of topics, from unplanned pregnancy to international adoption and we've got availability within every topic we cover. Our areas of greatest need are as follows:
- Crisis/Unplanned Pregnancy: We're interested in recruiting bloggers who have experience with different aspects of unplanned pregnancy. While the main focus and topic is adoption related - we understand the need to present varying experiences and options so that men and women researching their options can make a fully informed decision.
- Hoping to Adopt: We're interested in recruiting bloggers who have adopted using various methods of adoption.
- International Adoption: Are you interested in sharing you experience and knowledge with others? We're interested in talking to
Each year, the president of the United States issues a proclamation stating that November is National Adoption Month and 2009 is no different. On October 30, 2009, President Barack Obama issued the proclamation which honors those families that strengthened America through adoption and recommitted the United States to reducing the number of children currently awaiting adoption in the United States. National Adoption Month is an ever evolving month-long celebration of adoption that focuses on the needs of children who are currently awaiting their forever families in the U.S. Foster Care System. If you'd like to learn more about adopting from foster care, please complete the Homestudy Request Form and someone from your local state agency will contact you regarding the next steps required in your area. Are you already… [more]
AdoptionBlogs is once again looking for some great bloggers to cover a variety of topics. Our site covers a wide range of adoption related topics and we are trying to fill some of our current vacancies. Please review the following topics and openings.
- 3-4 Unplanned Pregnancy bloggers. Bloggers writing for the Unplanned Pregnancy blog will cover a variety of topics including pregnancy information, advice on decision making processes, tips on planning and preparation and information pertinent to both parenting and placement. Adoptive parents are welcome to apply for a position as their input on the matching process of the adoption decision could be of benefit to expectant parents considering relinquishment. Two birth parents are absolutely needed.
- One adoptive parent and one birth parent for the Open Adoption blog
Adoption.com is looking for excellent writers to create new articles about pregnancy for the site. Topics needed immediately are: 1. Am I Pregnant? 2. My Options (Quick Overview) 3. My Pregnancy 4. Exploring Parenting 5. Exploring Adoption 6. Exploring Other Options 7. Fathers, Family & Friends Articles are expected to be an average length of 600 words with a required range of 500-700 words. Future articles that fall under these topics will be needed and so writers submitting for these articles should be aware that excellent work could result in future work with Adoption.com. Compensation per article is $20.00. Interested applicants should follow the following steps: 1. Write up a letter of interest and resume dictating experience both with writing and pregnancy. 2. Send links to published, on-topic content showcasing your writing skill. Published, public blog entries are acceptable. 3. Email points… [more]
Another year has come and gone, our children have grown and our lives enriched. As we celebrate Christmas this year, we think of all of the children from around the world who will spend another holiday season without a family to call their own. Everyone here at Adoption.com would like to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. If you'd like to find out how you can give a child a home for the holidays next year, visit the Adoption.com Photolisting. Best wishes for a safe and happy New Year! The Adoption.com Team…
Do you love to write about adoption? Do you offer a unique view and voice to a specific topic that is close to your heart? We're looking for bloggers to write here at AdoptionBlogs.com on a number of topics. Currently, we're hoping to find a few talented writers who are experienced in a variety of topics related to adoption. For more information about writing for AdoptionBlogs.com, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org…
Do you have blogging or writing experience? Are you touched by Adoption? Can you commit to writing at least 25 blog posts per month? Do you want to get paid to write about something you’re passionate about? Then we want you! AdoptionBlogs.com is currently recruiting Independent Contractors to work on a pay-per-piece basis by contributing at least one blog post per day, Monday thru Saturday. The ideal candidate would have previous professional writing experience, preferably in a blog setting. They would be familiar with blogs, blogging software and the different requirements of blogging vs. article writing. They would be familiar with using key words when writing and would write with an authoritative voice on their subject. AdoptionBlogs.com Bloggers are required to meet minimum requirements for posting, which includes word count, post count and topic adherence… [more]
Welcome to the new and improved AdoptionBlogs.com! You’ll notice several changes – including our improved RSS Feeds, now powered by Feedburner! There are several ways you subscribe to your favorite blog or even all of the blogs here at AdoptionBlogs.com. To receive daily emails of what’s happened, simply enter your email address in the box provided, validate the image, then you’ll start getting emails from Feedburner and AdoptionBlogs.com letting you know that posts have been made. Also, signing in is easier than ever – now you can sign in right on the AdoptionBlogs.com homepage. Enter your user name and password – then you’ll be prompted to validate your email address before you’re allowed to post. Once you’ve confirmed your email address, you’ll be able to post comments to all of… [more]
Prospective Adoptive Parents (PAPs) who are new to the adoption world can find our terminology overwhelming and confusing. In an effort to alleviate some of those feelings, I’m posting different glossaries that define terms commonly used in Viet Nam adoptions. If there are any terms of acronyms that you just can’t figure out, please let me know and I’ll do my best to find out for you. You can always comment below or email me at email@example.com DOJ – the Department of Justice in your child’s province will examine your dossier and work with the baby center and the Department of International Adoption to review your paperwork. Once your case is approved, they will hold your Giving and Receiving Ceremony. ASP – Adoption Service Providers; or… [more]