Volacci is Now Accepting Guest Posts
Want to write for Volacci? It's never been easier!
We're opening up our blog here at Volacci to submissions from partners, friends, and colleagues in the Drupal and marketing communities. We’re all about all things Drupal and marketing, and would love the opportunity to help you spread the love on our Drupal Marketing blog. A new page is up detailing some of the guest posting guidelines, but we're so excited we just had to share it here, too.
How soon can I get started?
If you want to put a guest post up on Volacci's blog, you can do so starting immediately. Just go to volacci.com/user and create an account using your social login information. From there, you can put up a post, and once it has been approved by a moderator, it'll go live on the Volacci blog!
What are the rules?
We've only got a few rules for our guest posts. They are as follows:
- We’re looking for insight on Drupal, marketing, and marketing with Drupal. Tell us all about the tools, techniques, modules, and methods you use to move the needle on your own website.
- We’re looking for blog posts between 200 and 600 words. Feel free to include pictures and no more than two links per paragraph.
- We’re not looking for marketing or promotional posts for your business. Posts on our blog need to benefit everybody!
- We’re also not looking for short stories or fiction. While we appreciate literature, our blog isn’t the best place for your Carver-inspired brilliance. Sorry!
- We’re not looking for ghost-written pieces, or pieces that have already been published. We want to make sure all of our content is unique, written by our awesome friends in Drupal.
Why are you doing this?
One of the best parts of Drupal is that anyone can contribute to it, share their knowledge, learn, and help out. We took a long look at our website and realized that we wanted to provide the same opportunity to marketers as Drupal has provided to software developers. We're moving towards a more collaborative approach to our content, and want to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to hear and be heard.