airSlate Guest Blogging Guidelines 2021
Thank you for your interest in writing a guest blog for airSlate. Please review our guest blogging guidelines to learn about the type of content we’re looking for and our main requirements for guest-written blogs.
Here at airSlate, we are looking for comprehensive and interesting posts, backed by data and research. Our goal is to serve as a resource and educate our readers about topics such as:
- Digital evolution (we’re interested in publishing topics that show how digital evolution impacts specific industries, society at large, and regular human life).
- Remote work and collaboration tools.
- Low-code/no-code business process automation.
- Automation bots and how they can be used to automate business workflows and streamline business processes.
- Automation use cases and customer stories.
- The future of work, remote/hybrid workplace, career trends.
- Fostering citizen development culture.
- eSignature technology and how it helps businesses, etc. and so much more!
1. The guest article you submit must be original and exclusive to airSlate. We won’t consider content that has already been published elsewhere.
2. Your writing should reflect airSlate’s writing style and the tone of voice. We aim to be straight to the point, informative, yet friendly. Make sure to refrain from using jargon or buzzwords.
3. Most articles should fall in the 500 – 800 word range. If you’re aiming for a longer-read, we can discuss doing a series of blogs instead.
4. We expect proper attribution of data, quotes, and outside content referenced in the article. Please, try to stick to data from the last 2 years.
5. Your post should not be self-promotional. No more than one link to your company’s website (website homepage, blog, pricing page, etc.) in the body of the post.
6. Link to at least 2-3 relevant airSlate blog posts in your article.
7. If you wish to attach graphics/charts/images to your article, make sure they contain original content. Please refrain from using images from photo stock websites. When including images, gifs, or screenshots, cite the image source as: “Image source” and attach a hyperlink to the page you found the image on. If you’re including images, make sure they’re compressed and add them into the Google Document. If you do not provide an image, airSlate will source a relevant one for you.
8. Please provide a brief author bio, headshot, and any links to your social media accounts.
We will not accept
- Articles that repeat the topics we’ve covered recently on our blog. Please be sure to do some research before submitting your articles.
- Articles that look like a part of a link-building scheme.
- Articles that look too salesy and/or promotional for your company. We also do not accept articles that criticize other businesses.
- Poorly written articles.
1. The airSlate blog team reserves the right to edit and adapt your guest blog content as we see fit, and update it in the future for accuracy and comprehensiveness.
2. The airSlate blog team reserves the right to reject contributions at their discretion.
If your guest blog meets airSlate’s editorial standards and aligns with our content strategy, we will schedule the article for publication and get back to you as soon as possible. That process may take up to 2 weeks and the publish date could exceed this timeline.