We want to hear what you have to say. Below is a short informational post with the guidelines for submitting your guest post for a chance to be featured on our blog.
This blog is geared towards event planners and promoters looking for advice and tips for their upcoming events. We are a resource to small businesses, nonprofits, large corporations, educational programs, entrepreneurs, freelancers, artists, and event promoters.
The goal is to answer all their questions and limit their researching time to make event planning easier.
Topics We Cover:
- Event Marketing
- Event Planning Tips & Hacks
- Lifestyle Tips (Business/Office)
- Event Technology
- Event Trends
- Nonprofit & Fundraising Tips
When writing on these topics we want you to include real life examples, evidential support, statistics and actionable tips. We want to be as helpful as possible; a one-stop-shop to answering all their questions.
On our form we allow a minimum of 500 words, but would prefer more (between 700 - 1,000).
However, if the content is good, we will accept this minimum word count. Your article can only be for our use and not published anywhere else.
All of our posts and their titles must be unique, while using primary keywords that receive a decent amount of traffic.
However, we want your work to be seen so make sure you are not competing with difficult keywords facing heavy competition. We also want to see links to other resources that can benefit our readers.
We Are Looking For Experts:
Remember, write about what you know or specialize in. We want journalistic articles that can inform our readers on specific topics, the latest event news, and other categories mentioned above.
The more specific the better! Submit your blog post below or email your submission to Purplepass' marketing director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Common reasons for rejection:
- Too much fluff, not enough information
- Not enough evidential support or data to back up your claims
- We didn't learn anything new
- The topic is too broad and overdone
- Plagiarism was detected
- Too many grammar or spelling errors
- Not journalistic enough
- Lacking any informative or instructional information
- Word length was too short or long