Guest posts are now accepted on Event Manager Blog. We invite you to submit a post.
Submitting a post will not result in publication. We reserve the right to publish the content we feel is better suited to the blog’s content and editorial line. You will get a reply if the post has been selected for publication. If you don’t hear from us, it means that the post has not been accepted.
We encourage you to read the Guest Posts who made it to the blog to understand the calibre of the posts we approve.
In order to increase the chances of being featured, we suggest you adhere to the following guidelines.
– Content must be original. We will carefully search for the content you submit across the web. If your content is present somewhere else on the web, it won’t be published on Event Manager Blog. Moreover we require exclusivity of the content you provide, meaning the content cannot appear anywhere else in the same form you provided it to us.
– You are an Event Professional.
Guest posts are reserved to event professionals, event production agencies, organizers, small event businesses, wedding planners, event consultants and writers.
Tech providers, startups, large companies who want to appear on the blog are encouraged to use sponsored posts. This is to keep the perspective on our most covered topics unbiased and to keep a transparent relationship with our readers.
– Post should be in depth
We require in depth posts of 800 words and above
– Content must link to one of our posts.
In order to keep continuity with the blog content, we encourage you to place at least one link to one of our posts.
– Content must fit our categories.
Please review carefully the list of our categories. We tend to feature articles in those categories we haven’t covered in a while. We rarely accept posts on social media and tech.
– Content must not have self referential links.
No links should be placed within the text other than links to related articles on EventMB. The only links allowed to your organisation are those in your bio.
We actively search for SEO placements. If you are an SEO agency, it is highly unlikely we will publish your post. We accept posts that add value written by real event professionals.
– Tone of voice must be non-promotional.
Promotion in any form won’t be tolerated. It’s okay to link to your business in your bio but any promotion of your products or someone else’s will be penalized. This is unless you are providing the list of tools or discussing news, in such case you must keep an unbiased perspective.
Please use subheadings and short paragraphs throughout your post and remember to always close with an In Conclusion paragraph.
All posts submitted will will be subjected to editing. We won’t heavily edit your post, but we will make sure it is in line with the blog content.
Simply fill in the form below. We will be in touch should you post be approved.
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