I’m writing on behalf of the BBC, and more specifically BBC Earth. We’re currently celebrating 50 years of the BBC’s Natural History Unit with our Life Is website (http://www.bbcearth.com/lifeis), which pulls together the best videos, images and stories from BBC animal and nature programmes from over the years.
We’re also running a great social space with our Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/bbcearth) and we blog at http://bbcearth.posterous.com.
We’re looking to branch out and share our content, which we think is fantastic and unique, with other blogs and websites. We’re putting together a list of sites that we’d like to work with and we’d really love to include you.
It would be great to know what you’re up to and if there was anyone there we could speak to on a regular basis to keep each other updated on what we’re both doing. And maybe we could work together in the future.
Please let us know what you think. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Hey, I am wondering if you ever consider guest posts?
I am writing to help raise awareness about a really cool world-wide chemistry experiment that I think students will really enjoy and hopefully help spark their interest in science. They are trying to make it a World Record for largest chemistry experiment ever! To get my message out to teachers and students I’m reaching out to sites like sciencenotes.com asking to submit a guest article, so if that is something you would consider I would be happy to send one along for review, just let me know! Thank you!
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