The CRMblogs is always looking for new contributors to bring fresh strategies, opinions, research, and thought leadership about the ever-changing world of CRM to our readers. We are looking forward to your interest in and engagement to contributing to the CRMblogs and to share your CRM related articles, projects, strategies and experiences with us.
The blog caters to a large audience of people involved in SME’s & large sized businesses or interested in CRM system Softwares. Contributions should speak clearly to one of these segments and offer the reader actionable tips that they can implement right away.
Any Bloggers, Freelancers, Technical writers, Researchers, etc. can grab the opportunity to write about their ideas, personal experiences, tips & tricks, strategies, projects, everyday life or about their highlights related to CRM systems at the CRMblogs in the World’s official blog of CRM System Softwares.
Our Blogging Guidelines
- Perform keyword research and include relevant keywords throughout your text, especially in headings/subheadings, links, and the first paragraph of text.
- Content should be 100% original, well structured, high quality that meets the objective of the topic.
- Proper attribution of data or statistics, quotations, and outside content referenced in the article cited with a hyperlink. (Always hyperlink to your sources. When you reference another website’s content, make sure you hyperlink back to that site.)
- Should address web audience (Best is by using “you” instead of “I” to connect with readers in articles)
- Avoid jargon/gobbledygook, passive tenses, needless repetition and skip unnecessary words
- Give bullet points to the paragraphs
- Be prescriptive – Don’t just tell readers to do something. Explain how
- Don’t be afraid to use contractions
- Focus On Creating Strong Headlines – Have an important and promising introduction
- Leave readers with questions.
- People love stories – Create Engaging and Thought Provoking Content
- Never self-edit your work (at least not on the same day) – The next day will do your work 80x better.
- Consider different font sizes – think about people scanning large text first;
- Emphasize quotes of customers (or experts) to add credibility;
- Play around with highlights, bold text, CAPS, or italics;
- Break a long headline into a headline with a sub headline
- Be clear. Be specific. Be bold.
We would like to invite you to comment on inputs made or add your statements and viewpoints. We thus want to engage in an open communication exchange accountable to the netiquette.
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Together we can make a difference.