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A post on the Convert blog is read by industry influencers, our social media followers, and our engaged (and ever growing) newsletter list.
We are NOT looking for fluff posts that rehash what is already doing the rounds. Here are the two main categories in which we accept guest posts:
Thought Leadership Content:
Do you have original research? Have you found a unique solution to a persistent problem? Tell our readers. They will understand it and appreciate your desire to bring something progressive to their inboxes and social feed.
Have you standardized the execution of an effective tactic? We want to hear about it. Break it down, offer lots of actionable ideas. And we might invite you to do a webinar to build on the subject.
These are the themes for 2020:
We have content calendar themes that guide what gets published. Make sure you pick one, if you want your piece to be published.
Cookie Use & Privacy Laws
Google Analytics Advanced Tutorials
Hypothesis Generation & Prioritization
Customer Behavior Modeling
Ecommerce Product & Cart CRO
Heatmaps & Session Recording (User Research)
Analytics and Privacy (Google Analytics, Webtrekk and Adobe Analytics)
Importance of Targeting in A/B Testing
CRO Maturity (& How to Get There)
A/B Testing Best Practices
CRO Success Stories
HERE IS WHAT GETTING PUBLISHED ON OUR BLOG MEANS:
This is an example where the official Google Analytics account picked up a guest post on the Convert blog by Phillip Koo of Fluent.
PS: In case you’re wondering what magic Phillip wove, here is the article.
A do-follow backlink from a high domain authority blog. If you hired a link building company to guest post with us, you would be charged anywhere between USD 250 and USD 400.
The chance of being retweeted by brands like Google.
The chance to get boosted on Facebook. Yes, if our tribe loves your stuff, we will boost your post to reach even more people.
SETTING THE EXPECTATIONS:
We only accept blog drafts. Please submit the final draft as a Google Drive document using the form on this page to be considered for publishing. No exceptions!
We understand that it takes time and effort to create quality content. So we request you to please:
Ensure that your post topic aligns with the content themes for the calendar of the year (shared above)
Have H2 and H3 headings. We love listicles when done right.
Link out to at least 2 quality external sites which add value to the content. Don't use the main keyword as the anchor text.
Here are 10 Basic Guidelines for Approval
Your content should be at least 1200 words. If you're vvriting on a topic that's more of a "How to" /tutorial, pairing it down to about 600 vvords is acceptable.
Please add real world examples, numbers and references to support bullet points, if your article is about tactics to implement/execute a particular strategy. For example - we don't want to talk about personalization and why it is important. We would like to see examples of personalizations that work (or miss the mark) instead.
Make an impression in the first paragraph. Use powerful stats. Cite research. Don't start a long winded story. Your intro is your chance to hook - make it work. This is non-negotiable.
Our team does edits to every post. This aligns your content with our brand, if needed. But do give your posts a thorough edit before submission.
Make sure your draft has at least two quality images, or screenshots (as applicable).
Please include at least one quote from an authority in the field that you are writing about.
Please make sure that your bio has just one link back to your preferred site. Any hyperlinks in the content may be excluded during publishing.
Give us your final preference for name, bio, image, and backlink with your blog submission. Because of our schedule, we can't make changes to articles that have been published.
Core optimization content and real test data are ALWAYS preferred. If you write a piece about the merits of Two-Tailed Testing. Or the 5 things about statistical significance testers overlook - we'll (probably) boost your content on social.
We will share the URL with you once your post goes live. Feel free to send an email to email@example.com and ask about your content publish date. We will answer ASAP.
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