Guest Blogging Guidelines
Please read each guideline carefully. If you think your profile works. Please fill out the Guest Blogger application.
Please note that if there are any errors in your posts or you talk about a topic that is not relevant your post will be removed.
Here are some guidelines you should follow to become a guest blogger.
All publications must be specifically relevant to Supply Chains. We require that the posts cover content with educational and professional value to our audience. In order to provide quality and high value content. Before making a publication, please ensure that the topic you plan to speak on has not already been covered.
Posts are typically 500-1000 words in length, but longer or shorter ones will be considered. Preference will be given to original posts which have not previously been published. Guest posts may be self-promotional or include marketing links, as long the content is educational. I reserve the right to remove excessive links or any links that appear spammy.
All posts include a horizontal image between the introductory paragraph and the main article. If you have something suitable, please feel free to send it along. Additional images may be included if they are directly relevant to the article content. If you’re including pictures of people, please make sure you have their permission to use them. If you did not take the photo yourself, you must attribute the image to its source in whatever manner is required by the copyright holder.
Author Resource Box
Please provide a brief bio, which will appear at the end of your post. Your name will link to your website or blog, and you are welcome to include links to your social media profiles as well. Links within your bio are not permitted.