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Submit an Article or Blog for Publication

Hashtags.org is interested in publishing articles and blogs that explore or relate to social media content organization, metrics, tools and methodologies. Particularly, we seek articles which provide specific ideas or experiences which marketing, advertising and branding practitioners can immediately put to use.

If you are interested in publishing a press release on Hashtags.org, please see our advertising section for details.

While we do not pay for submissions, authors of articles and blogs receive the notoriety of being published on the premier worldwide Hashtags website as well as the opportunity to share their professional experience and expertise with more than 100,000 monthly readers and a quarter million Twitter followers. In addition, being published on Hashtags.org will earn you reputation points, increasing your standing in the social media community.

Guidelines for Writing for Hashtags.org

  • Content should be well-written, informative and directed toward action.
  • Content should be unique (i.e., not previously published).
  • Submissions can be as technical as the subject requires, but authors should keep in mind that Hashtags.org readers span all levels of experience.
  • Content should focus on specifics – Hashtags.org is for practitioners.
  • Content should include, when possible, graphical elements (graphs, charts, tables, illustrations) to ensure maximum clarity.
  • Articles ideally should be between 900 and 1,800 words; blogs between 400 and 700 words.
  • Articles are typically written in the third-person point of view (e.g., “They solved the problem”), whereas blogs often take the first-person point of view (e.g., “I solved the problem”).
  • Content written by consultants should not reveal any named-client data without client permission.
  • An author must be a registered Hashtags.org community member, with a profile that includes a short biography (or link to LinkedIn profile) and headshot.
  • Content should not be vehicles for self-promotion. (Links to authors and their businesses are included in their member profiles, but articles aimed at promoting products and/or businesses are not accepted.)
  • Content should not focus on trademarked terminology or processes. (Links to such items can be included in member profiles.)
  • Articles must be accompanied by the Author Certification statement.

Ideas for Topics for Hashtags.org Articles and Blogs

  • A lesson learned from a successful or unsuccessful marketing campaign
  • A unique way of solving a marketing challenge
  • A surprising result obtained from a tool or statistical test (including the background and need for the test)
  • A how-to guide for a particular tool
  • A case study of an interesting/unique hashtag project
  • A way to improve the use of a specific hashtag tool
  • A unique marketing model
  • Something useful learned about hashtags, implementation, comparison, measurement, research or brand building
  • An observation of changes/happenings in the social community
  • Commentary or observations that stimulate/gauge community opinion on a “hot topic”
  • The application of hashtags in an unlikely setting

How It Works

Authors can submit articles as Microsoft Word or text format attachments using the form below. Word documents allow the easy transmission of graphs, graphics or tables. In addition, the Author Certification statement below must be included in your email. If it is not, Hashtags.org is unable to consider your material for publication.

Author Certification: “I certify that I am the author or sole owner of the material I am submitting to Hashtags.org. Hashtags.org and its licensees may reproduce, distribute, publish, display, edit, modify, create derivative works and otherwise use the material for any purpose in any form and on any media. I agree to indemnify Hashtags.org for all damages and expenses that may be incurred in connection with the material.”

By submitting an article, the author gives Hashtags.org exclusive worldwide publishing rights to the article for 30 days, beginning the first day the article is published on the website. After 30 days, Hashtags.org retains non-exclusive rights to articles published on the website.

Submit an Article

    All authors must be registered before submitting an article. Please ensure that your profile(s) include a picture and biography.
  • If different or in addition to Submitter Name
  • Please upload your article in Word (.doc or .docx) or text (.txt) format, and include author biographies at the end.
  • Allowed formats: doc, docx, pdf, ppt, pptx, xls, xlsx, gif, jpg, png

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