If you’re living abroad, why not tell others about your experiences through Expat Interviews?
Share your story by writing on this site, not for this site. Because the content within Expat Interviews is ultimately for that special group of people: expats, ex-pats, expatriates; those who are either considering moving abroad or are already living overseas -- or both. There are a whole lot of issues that an expat-to-be needs to consider: finding a job, renting a house, adjusting to a foreign culture. If you're an expat, you're enthusiastically invited to share your experiences, observations, and tips to help other members of the expat community, to make the transition easier for them. (And feel good about it too!)
It’s a simple process. Once you’ve successfully created an account, click on the Create Content tab to do any of the following:
* Submit your interview. Answer our questionnaire to tell readers a bit about who you are, what you do, why you decided to move to another country. In your own words, let them see what life is like for you in a foreign land. Upload photos to strengthen (or correct) readers' perceptions of what your area looks like. A picture is worth a thousand words, they say. Eye-opening text with vivid photos...priceless.
* Contribute a story. Expat Interviews isn't just about interviews; articles and stories can be found here too. Do you have a few tips about the best international schools where expats can enroll their children? Perhaps you want to share the delights of a certain restaurant. If you believe your anecdote will help another person gain insights into the local way of doing things, then you're most welcome to share it. You can include relevant pictures too. However, we'd like to request that your contribution be unique for Expat Interviews. This is a community in the making, people! Not an article farm.
* Leave comments. Our site has hundreds of interviews with expats, and it's going strong. Did you find a particular interview helpful? Did a certain story strike a chord or did you simply find it a good read? Let our interviewees and writers know via the comments section after each interview or story. Feedback is always appreciated.
Please take note that interviews and stories are queued for approval upon submission. In addition to formatting and editing changes (to be made only as needed) we're making sure none of those annoying spam stories/articles gets through. Rest assured, though, that the essence and personality of your submission will remain intact.
Each perspective is different, with the potential to inform, and even entertain in a way that's entirely personal, because it comes from personal experience. We've enjoyed many of the expat stories and interviews we've received and we're looking forward to sharing so many more. If you have a question or suggestion, or if you simply want to say hello, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re nice people and we’d love to hear from you.
Click the following link to register: http://www.expatinterviews.com/user/register
Victor & Lizza