Contributing to the Mailjet Blog
At Mailjet, we geek about email. Our vision is to educate senders on best practices and latest trends, to improve deliverability and help crack down on spam. Email is far from dead and the inbox is being re-invented on a daily basis.
We’re always learning and appreciate contributed content from industry friends, like you, to challenge the way we approach the inbox and bring fresh perspective to our readers. We always welcome unsolicited submissions.
You find our Contributor Guidelines here:
Please fill the following form in to submit your pitch.
Who are you?
I am an individual looking to write for the Mailjet blog.
I am an individual and I have already written for the Mailjet blog before.
I am part of a company or organization who would like to guest post on your blog.
Company or personal website:
Tell us a little bit about you:
Please tell us a bit about who you are and what you've done before.
ABOUT YOUR POST
What is your article about?
Please describe your article in a few sentences. If you can include a brief outline, that's even better. - PLEASE REMEMBER: We're an email platform, so your blog post should be related to email.
What's the goal of this article?
What question would you like your blog post to answer or what action would you like your article to drive?
Please include a couple of articles or websites you will use to document your blog post and how you think your blog post could go one step further.
How will you promote your blog post?
Please mark all of the promotional channels you'll use to promote your blog post.
Social Media accounts
Please provide the social media accounts you plan to use for the promotion of your post.
Please provide details for any personal or professional newsletters you plan to use for the promotion of your post.
Please provide details for any industry groups/forums in which you'll be promoting your post.
Is there anything else we should know?
How did you discover Mailjet?
THANKS FOR YOUR PITCH!
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