The Northcutt blog is used to share creative inbound marketing insights, strategies, and case studies. We are especially interested in content that covers SEO, link building, conversion rate optimization, social marketing, and content marketing.
Would You Like To Write For Us?
If you have unique, informative, and actionable content you want to share with the industry, the Northcutt blog could be the perfect venue for you.
What Are We Looking For?
- Content that informs, enthralls, and entertains.
- Research-based analysis.
- Actionable insights and tips.
- How-to's and guides.
- Opinions from a unique perspective.
- Your SEO and content marketing experiences.
- Well-written, concise, tightly argued, and readable prose.
What Does Our Audience Want?
Our readers come from all areas of the SEO and online marketing industry. They want to hear what you have to say about:
- Search Engine Optimization
- Social Media Marketing
- Content Curation
- PPC Search Marketing
- Affiliate Marketing
- Copywriting for the Web
- Online public relations
What's In It For You?
If you have content you think will find a home on the Northcutt blog, please get in touch with us on our contact page. Before making a submission, take a few minutes to read these simple guidelines. Following them will greatly increase your chances of getting your content published here.
- Exposure to a knowledgeable audience of peers and potential clients.
- Promotion through our social media channels.
- The opportunity show your expertise.
- A voice in the online marketing discourse.
- Please write in correct American English. The Yahoo Style Guide has some great information about writing for the web.
- Proofread carefully. We're very busy and our time to correct or rewrite is limited.
- It would be appreciated if you could submit your work as a link to a document in Google Drive set to 'Requires Link' sharing.
- If you can, submitting a range of work for us to choose from will increase your chance of success.
- Content must be unique, and not published anyplace else, past or future.
- Please include an image that you'd like to see used with your post. We prefer square-shaped Creative Commons-licenced images. Flickr is a great resource for finding images, especially if you use the Compfight image search engine.