AppsEvents Guest Bloggers General Guidelines

Passionate about integrating Google and cloud technology for education? We are happy to accept guest bloggers! You don't have to be a prolific writer in order to become a contributor. We believe that anyone who has something to share CAN blog.

Below are our guest post guidelines for your reference:
  1. Guest article must be relevant to G Suite for Education or any other Google tool as this is the primary subject of the blog. It can be a tutorial, your own experience in using Google products in the classroom or work productivity.
  2. Posts must not be primarily to promote a company's product or service. Create content that adds value to our readers.
  3. Choose from these three article format: List post, how-to-guide, or essay form.
  4. There is no strict word count requirement but your article must have at least 1 relevant photo (non-copyrighted material). 
  5. Provide an author bio at the end with a link to your Google+ or Twitter account or personal blog. Including a profile photo would be awesome.
  6. Rich media such as YouTube videos or presentation slides are welcome (optional).
  7.  Let me know first your proposed topics before writing the article by filling up this form
  8. Once we agreed on a topic, just share with me (jane@appsevents.com) a Google Doc with your pre-formatted blog post (complete with hyperlinks, photos, embed codes etc).
  9. Photos must not be copyrighted material. If you can't find any relevant photo or graphic, we will provide one.
  10. Feel free to link to external websites or your own in the main article as long as they add value to the topic but limit them to at most 3 links.
  11.  Publishing of final guest post is still subject to approval.
  12. If your guest blog post is selected to be published a requirement is that you stay active in the comments, and reply and +1 to comments made on the blog from readers. We want to grow the reach of the AppsEvents blog and staying active in the comments increases engagement with our blog. Also please share via G+, Twitter and Facebook (you can do this by clicking on the buttons below the post).
For further questions, please refer to our Guest Blogger guide or scan the QR code below:


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