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Write for the Weekly10 Employee Engagement Blog

Thanks for showing an interest in writing for the Weekly10 blog. We are always on the lookout for fresh perspectives and great insights from the sharpest minds in the world of all things work.
So if you've got something to say about the likes of employee engagement, performance management, staff wellbeing or remote work then read on.
Write for our employee engagement and performance management blog!

Why write for the Weekly10 blog?

Our blog is a trusted resource for HR professionals, business leaders and progressive team managers around the globe. We receive hundreds of visitors to the blog each week all keen to read about our latest take on employee engagement, staff feedback, motivation, performance management, remote working and other relevant workplace topics.
We promote all guest posts we publish with the same gusto as if they were our own. Your piece will be pushed to over 1,000 social media followers and may well land in one of our three monthly newsletters which goes to a curated list of targetted recipients.
You will receive your own byline including image, preferred pen name and a link to your LinkedIn profile (or similar).
Write for Weekly10 on employee engagement, performance management or staff wellbeing topics.

What are we looking for?

We get a lot of pitches for the blog, and while all are appreciated, not all are right for Weekly10. Here are some key points on what we love to see:
Fresh content - we want original work written for our audience, not pre-written posts.
No sales pitches - we need content that is educational or thought provoking. We love how-to guides, discussion of new research and top tips our readers can put in to practice.
New topics - ideally you'll be writing about something we haven't covered recently (last three months) already. Or if you are, it should be with a completely different perspective with something to add to the conversation.
A good read - most of our articles are between 800 and 1500 words. We only link to reputable, researched sources. Use data, statistics and research to back up your POV and claims.
Relevant themes & topics - we are an employee engagement, performance management and staff wellbeing platform, so that's what we write about. We love to explore related workplace topics such as the importance of employee feedback, what makes the best managers and how a weekly check-in could revolutionise the world of work. We're less interested in cats, star signs and K-Pop (for the blog at least!).
No robots - we are a people-focussed company and as such we love characters. We like a personality to shine through in any article we read, so let you shine through. Be provocative, be funny, be sarcastic. Yes, we may need to tone it down a little, but we'd rather reign you in then have to fire you up!

Formatting your article

We don't have a formal style guide but we do have a few basic formatting requests that will make publishing your work a little easier:

Use Google Docs - This is the easiest way for us to take your content and convert it into a blog post. It's also great for collaborating on feedback.
Stick to H4 subheaders - This matches up with our current style
Hero/header images - should be 1200 x 500 pixels (or larger)
Body images - should be 768 x 512 pixels (or larger). No more than 3 per article.
General writing - follow best practices for web writing. Short sentences and brief paragraphs are great.

Ready to submit a pitch?

Simply fill out the form here and let us know your killer idea for a new blog article and we will be in touch asap.