Guest Blog Posts are Always Welcome
We have three manufacturing reader personas for our blog, all three of whom are dealing with change:
Business managers/leaders/CEOs who want to grow their business and who want to transform and unify their organization's sales and marketing activities for faster and more profitable growth.
Sales leaders who want to learn more about how to use content and social selling to get found, generate leads, shorten their sales cycle and close more profitable business.
Marketers who want to transform and modernize their company's marketing but are having difficulty getting buy-in from management and sales.
Otherwise, our criteria are pretty simple. Blog posts must:
…be intelligent, well-constructed and well-researched (if research is needed)
…be thoroughly proofed for both grammar and punctuation
…not be blatantly promotional
…exclusive to the Forward Observer blog, original and authored by you. You may use ideas, concepts and lessons you have written about in the past as long as the content itself is new.
If editing is needed we will either ask for a revision or make our own edits and get your sign-off before publishing.
We identify all guest bloggers as such and include a link to their sites. We will also promote your post via Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ and our newsletter.
We prefer to choose the photos that accompany each piece but if you want to supply an image, please also supply image credit (or demonstrate that you own the image).
We encourage contributors to follow Pamela Wilson's "7-Part Formula for Winning Content."
For more on Pamela Wilson and her book Master Content Marketing, click here.
To listen to a Marketing Book Podcast interview with Pamela Wilson about Master Content Marketing, click here.
Still interested? To be considered, please submit your proposed article using the form below. Due to the large number of submissions received we are not able to respond to all of them. If your submission is accepted we will contact you.
BONUS: Check out "12 Essential Elements of Guest Blogging Proposals That Get Accepted."