LeadGnome Guest Post Guidelines

Want to share your knowledge with LeadGnome’s readers? We’d love to have you write a guest blog post. Let’s take a look at our guest post guidelines to see if you’d be a good fit!

LeadGnome mines reply emails, uncovering measurable intelligence that can be used to grow pipeline and accelerate sales cycles. As such, our readers are interested in learning more about marketing and sales technologies, strategies, and best practices. We strive to provide actionable tips our readers can apply to boost their revenues.

Article Requirements

We only accept original, unpublished content that is 800 words or more. If you have any supporting graphics, charts, or infographics to accompany your post, we’re happy to include them! For continuity, we will create our own branded cover image.

Please be sure that any stats cited or people quoted have proper attribution and links.

Guest posts should only contain a maximum of four links unless otherwise approved ahead of time.

  • Two links to your website (one in the bio, one in the article)
  • Two links to outside authority sources

Once published, we ask that you share widely on your own social networks and participate in the comments section should any questions or comments be posted.

What Do Guest Authors Get?

As a guest author, your headshot and a short 2-3 sentence bio will be included at the bottom of the article along with a link back to your website. This is a great way to get your name and company in front of new audiences and generate backlinks (which also helps your SEO).

In addition, we promote all of our blogs on our Twitter (5,900+ followers), Facebook, and LinkedIn profiles on a rotating basis, so your work will receive continued exposure to our audience. Additionally, a link and recap of your post will be sent to our LeadGnome News email subscribers.

How To Submit A Guest Blog

Submission is easy. Simply send an email to Marketing@LeadGnome.com with the following information:

  • Your name, title, and organization
  • 1-2 topic proposals you feel would resonate with our audience
  • Links to previously published articles/blogs

That’s all! Our editorial team will review all submissions and suggest changes to blog drafts prior to publishing. We reserve the right to not publish any submissions we feel are too promotional or not a good fit for our audience.

We look forward to hearing from you and working together to provide even more value for our readers and followers.


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