Guest Blogging Guidelines

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We welcome writing and media submissions about event planning, employee engagement and event activities. Topics can include ones about organizing holiday parties, workplace events, team-building, marketing activations, family picnics and special days, on-boarding, games, motivation, recognition, and more. Our readers are typically leaders and managers in corporations and small companies.

Ready to start writing? Here are some 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 Only original, unpublished work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 Pop Events 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 overtly promotional content. Content should be useful and compelling to the reader – not self-serving.

5. Give facts, examples and practical tips
Focus your article on real-world trends and tips. Back up your claims with source links.
For ideas, please see some of our guest posts that we love:

If you are interested in contributing to the Pop Events Group blog, please adhere to the guidelines and submit your pitch to:

Please use the Subject Line: Guest Blog Submission as Per Guidelines
Unfortunately, we can’t respond to every submission. If your article is suitable, our editorial team will be in touch with you directly.