We carefully select materials that smart people write for other smart people in B2B ad tech segment. Please, take into account that we are not a free platform for contributors, bloggers, and journalists. We are looking for writers to work with on the mutually beneficial conditions; thus, we provide the following cooperation alternatives:
Cases, tips, blog posts, tutorials, infographics, survey insights, this is what we publish here.
We like long, complex, and thought-provoking articles that equip our readers with essential industry insights and inspire them for further actions.
We also write expert content, practical content for advertisers and publishers, and ‘how-to’ guidelines that help our readers grasp complicated ad tech notions easily.
If you’re well-versed in digital advertising, ad tech or martech areas and you have something to share with the world, don’t hesitate to apply.
Please make sure the subject of your article matches one of the following subjects listed below.
Regard them as broad categories rather than narrow subjects. Sure thing, in your article they can overlap.
We need articles with unique and interesting content, that cannot be found in another blog post of ours or somewhere reworded on the Internet. Humorous (where appropriate) and lively writing style, metaphors, examples, and comparisons are highly valued and encouraged!
Also, if you write for us, analytical skills are the best set of skills you can possess. If you know how to extract and communicate insights from original surveys, polls or other data sources, you’re our superhero.
Your article should not be overly self-promotional; it needs to be able to deliver the value and educate the readers.
We don’t trade water in our articles, so please be sure to avoid excessive generalizations, cliche phrases, and sentences that repeat the same idea over and over. Where possible, support your arguments with examples and data.
We expect from your articles to be 900 to 1400 words long because that’s when they’re perfectly able to uncover the subject. The article needs to have all the essential parts:
Capitalize only the main heading (H1). For this, use the title capitalization tool.
Where possible, include the visuals to the paragraphs (screenshots, examples, infographics, charts, and graphics), this will significantly improve readability. If the article includes visuals taken from the web or a quote, give them a proper attribution and provide a link to the original source.
Two to three sentences is a perfect length for the paragraph. Make sure to check the grammar with Grammarly tool and proofread it several times before submitting it. And yep, you have our look of approval if you write articles in Google Docs.
We accept 1 link to your blog and 3 to 7 links to the external, authoritative non-commercial sources. Just a few examples of such: Emarketer, Business Insider, Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, AdExchanger, Digiday, Statista, etc.
We’ll highly appreciate if you also include links to the other thematically-related posts from our blog.
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