Build your personal brand in the HR industry. There are HR professionals with a wealth of knowledge and experience. So share your insights alongside other HR professionals by becoming an HR guest blogger on Worknice’s Human Resources blog.
HR Guest Blogger Guidelines
If you’re interested in writing a guest blog for Worknice’s blog, you’ve come to the right place. We’d love to hear from you if:
- An HR professional, an HR leader in your business or an HR technology vendor
- You have experienced in and are passionate about the HR industry
- You have interesting insights into the latest technology trends and best practices.
Sounds like you? Awesome! 🙂 Let move on and have a think about what you could write about. We are interested in:
- HR Insights (interesting thoughts, metrics, or other forms of insights)
- HR technology
- ‘How to’ guides relating to HR
- Any other strictly HR topic.
Additionally please check if the topic you have in mind is already covered on our blog (we do not accept topics we have already written about). You can easily manipulate the topic if your content is a bit different.
Content standards for Worknice guest blogs
Are you up to the task of writing an awesome blog post for our blog? Let’s find out!
- All guest posts must be unique content written for Worknice Blog exclusively. If you give us something that is copied from another blog, Google won’t be happy!
- If Worknice publishes the post, the content is owned by Worknice.
- All posts should be between 1,500 – 2,000 words.
- We only accept high quality and highly relevant useful content so please include concrete examples and useful tips for our audience.
- We love how-to articles, lists and unique perspectives.
- Please back up your arguments with relevant data, research and statistics.
- Citing all of your sources (of data, statistics, quotes and photos you use in your article) is an absolute must!
- Include images (we love videos too!).
- Please submit SEO optimised content if you know how os you get maximum exposure.
- Keep in mind that our target audience includes human resources professionals and business owners.
Also we can’t accept content that’s overly promotional or is designed to be a link-building scheme. Readers won’t get value from it.
The submission process for HR guest bloggers
Here is how it works:
- Firstly, check and see if the topic is already covered on our blog.
- A few topic suggestions can be sent to our Content Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “HR Guest Blogger”.
- Secondly, include a link to any previously published editorials you have written and your LinkedIn’s profile. We want to get to know your background and writing style. Don’t worry if this is your first time!
- Give us a week to let you know if your topic is accepted.
- Before you start writing a blog post, we strongly recommend you send over a short framework. That way we can check if we are on the same page about the writing style and content.
- When submitting a post, please include a three-sentence author bio.
- Feel free to include up to two links in this bio. All links will open in a new tab.
- Once we receive the guest blog, we reserve the right to edit it, optimise for SEO or reject it if it’s not a good fit for our audience.
- If we accept your post, we will inform you as soon as we publish it.
Please note that due to a lot of requests, it usually takes us around 60 days to publish a guest blog post, counting from the date you send us the final version of your blog post and receive our confirmation.
Your guest blog promotion
We highlight our HR guest bloggers so you can widen your authority and influence in the HR industry. Readers have the option of seeing all your guest blogs on our site (if you have more that one), and click through to your LinkedIn profile or business.
To help you gain even more exposure and widen the reach of your blog post, we will also share the best guest blog posts:
- On our social media profiles (LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter).
- In our weekly newsletter.
If you write a great article, we’ll make sure to get the word out. You will be seen and heard.
Thank you for considering writing for Worknice’s HR blog. Our team look forward to hearing from you – and reading your awesome guest blog post! 🙂