We love to showcase content by guest authors, but, remember…
it’s a two-way street.
The Outbrain blog is a popular hub for digital marketers and performance marketers, and we want to keep it that way.
Are you a published writer in the field of digital marketing?
Then you are exactly who we are looking for!
We only accept content by real writers who are experts in the field, and who have a track record of quality published articles.
Got professional insights in any of these topics?
If yes, we would love to hear from you:
- Performance marketing
- Native advertising
- Affiliate marketing
- Video advertising
- Programmatic advertising
- Online marketing industry trends
- Digital advertising and marketing campaigns
- Conversion optimization
- Content marketing
Ready to start writing?
Follow these guidelines:
1. Only original, unpublished work
Please don’t submit articles already published on your blog or elsewhere. We do check – and if it’s not original, it’s not accepted.
2. Be relevant and insightful
We won’t publish ‘same-old’ content. Take a look at past posts on the Outbrain blog and see how you can contribute something fresh and different.
3. Fluent, readable and error-free
Content must be written in high-level, error-free and fluent English. Give your article proper structure with eye-catching headings and subheadings.
4. Don’t get all ‘commercial’ on us
Please don’t include promotional content or links to your product or service. Content should be useful and compelling to the reader – not self serving.
5. Give facts, examples and practical tips
As the philosopher Terence said, “There are as many opinions as there are people”. Focus your article on real-world trends and tips. Back up your claims with source links.
For example, here are some guest posts we’ve published in the past that we’d love to see more of:
If you’re interested in contributing to the Outbrain blog, please adhere to the guidelines and complete the form in the link below.
If your article is suitable, our editorial team will be in touch with you directly.