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with HubSpot. Below are all of the details to support your work as a Blog Author.
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The HubSpot Community Blog is a resource created by our Community for our Community focused on providing strategic information around succeeding with HubSpot. We know that you want to get the most out of HubSpot, hear from HubSpot pros and learn how to accomplish your goals within HubSpot - and we want to help you succeed.
If you are interested in publishing content on this blog, begin by reviewing the information outlined below.
The inspiration for the HubSpot Community Blog began as the demand for peer-authored guides, tutorials, and best practices grew. We know HubSpot users want to see more:
Community members are not only seeking information about how to use and master HubSpot, but love to read, watch, or listen to their peers work through solutions with all that real-life context you don’t always get in a classroom setting. We designed the HubSpot Community Blog to bring a laser focus to the content that the Community both experiences and craves.
Here are some of the top reasons you may want to consider writing on the Community Blog:
All HubSpot enthusiasts are welcome to participate in the Community blog. The more we share with each other, the more effectively we grow as fellow HubSpot enthusiasts and the more connected we become as a community.
Before applying as a HubSpot Community Blogger, we recommend familiarizing yourself with the topic selection process and the blog submission process outlined below.
Here are a few things to note in order to get started:
A HubSpot Community Blogger is a member of the HubSpot Community in good standing (typically a Community Champion, Customer, Advocate, Employee or Freelancer). Community bloggers should enjoy sharing their HubSpot knowledge and experience with others, have a flair for writing, and have a story to tell, or an ability to distill complex concepts or solutions down to clear, easily digestible steps.
If this sounds like you, and if you’ve got a little time to try it out, we’d love to hear from you!
Participation will help you to lift your personal brand to new heights, while also helping the community and serving as a valuable resource for the entire HubSpot network!
The HubSpot Community Blogger program is managed by the Community Blog Editor and team, who are responsible for reviewing and accepting blog posts submitted by you. Submissions are reviewed for relevance and quality before either being approved for publication or sent back for further editing in advance of publication.
Upon publication of your blog, you are expected (as needed) to address any comments or questions you may receive on the blog from other members. You should think of it as a conversation that you’ve initiated.
As HubSpot enthusiasts, you are welcome to share a story around how you’ve grown with HubSpot, overcome a challenge with HubSpot, or used HubSpot for a specific industry. Our customers are eager to hear from you, and not just about specific questions and features, but the actual implementation of HubSpot in general. We’ll provide a list of topics to choose from, but here are a few ideas to get you started brainstorming:
You should also feel free to focus on topics you believe your peers would be interested in.
We’re looking for blog posts that solve a particular problem, educate the reader on a topic of interest, and/or inspire others to take action to better their outcomes with HubSpot. Examples would include a simple “How Do I…?”-type tutorial that lists out simple steps toward accomplishing a specific task or goal, or a true story about how HubSpot has helped you to be successful. Here are some tips for writing compelling blog posts:
For more blogging do’s/don’ts - check out this article from HubSpot: 17 Blogging Mistakes to Avoid in 2021, According to HubSpot Bloggers
Here are some other details you should know if you’re interested in blogging with the HubSpot Community:
As the Freshman Class of the HubSpot Community Blogger program, you have the opportunity to build out this program for future Bloggers. If you find something you think others should know, share it. If you think we’re missing something, let us know. Your feedback is welcome and appreciated!
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