So you'd like to share your wisdom with the work community by contributing to the Community Blog? Great! We're excited to read what you have to share. We're open to a wide range of topics, but there are a few things we look for in content submissions. Here's what you should include:
We welcome and encourage unique perspectives that are accompanied by supporting information. Whatever the topic you’re writing about, include references to research or share personal anecdotes that illustrate the point.
Workers and clients alike are seeking advice on the next steps they can take to achieve their goals. Whether your article is targeted at talent, clients, or the general workforce, include actionable takeaways. What’s the point of the information you shared? How can it be translated into a list of actions to take?
In the age of the Great Resignation, the internet is full of articles and advice for independent talent and clients looking to grow their businesses in this new landscape. As such, we’re particularly interested in unique perspectives. How is your experience different from others we’ve seen? What insight can you provide that others might not have?
In addition to the above, we also look for:
We won't be able to accept submissions that include:
So you've familiarized yourself with the above guidelines and drafted, tinkered with, and proofread a unique and engaging article. So what happens now?
The process is that simple! By submitting an article, you're agreeing to the Community Contributor Agreement.