Last week we received an email from one of the contributors to the 2013 Meetings Industry Trends Post to thank us for the traffic that we sent to their website. Not only that, but she told us that should we ever have the need for another post, she'd would be happy to contribute.
This got us to thinking, if the articles we’ve written featuring industry leaders has proven so valuable, why not open our blog to guest posters?
After a short discussion with the eVenues team, we decided to do just that. We now welcome guest posts from anyone who has something interesting or insightful to say about meetings, events and everything in-between.
Benefits to you:
- Great exposure - The eVenues blog has received over 71,000 unique visits over 2012 and we are looking to double that number this year.
- Your bio on our contributors page - We’ll be compiling a list of contributors to the eVenues blog. This means you’ll have the opportunity to be listed among the best and brightest in the meetings industry.
Guest post guidelines:
- The post should be original content - Any submission to the eVenues blog should not have been posted elsewhere on the web. This includes your own website or blog.
- Please provide a bio - We will use this bio to feature you, your business and link back to your website if you have one. Once we have enough guest blog contributors we will add your bio a contributors page on the blog.
- Please submit ideas first - In the interests of time, please email us the blog post title and a short summary before sending us a complete post. The post should be insightful, engaging and entertaining - This one should speak for itself.
- Please Check out Other Articles on This Blog - We're pretty flexible about the kinds of posts we allow on our blog, but it might be a good idea to flip through some of the other posts we've done to get a feel for the different kinds of posts that are appropriate for this blog.
- Don’t be afraid to be creative with your post ideas! - Here are some examples of unusual but well received content on the eVenues blog: