Share Your Expertise with Our Audience
Thank you for your interest in contributing a guest article for the ScheduleReader blog.
By sharing your knowledge and expertise with the ScheduleReader audience, you have the opportunity to build trust and strengthen your position as a subject matter expert (SME) in your field of work, as well as increase your exposure and credibility in your professional domain.
At ScheduleReader we accept your high quality and original articles, solely written by project professionals who have demonstrated experience in their line of work, to be published on our website.
We would be honored to help spread your knowledge with other project professionals and offer our website readers educational content, practical advice, as well as actionable how-to tips about specific subjects that are within the domain of our brand.
Our blog covers a range of topics related to project controls, project planning, scheduling and managing projects, as well as topics related to the use of the Primavera P6 software across different industry verticals.
Before Writing the Guest Blog Article
Step 1. Obtain approval from our team, before you start to write the article.
To get the approval, you will need to send an e-mail to [email protected] containing the following information:
- Topic suggestion – What are the topics that you would like to write about.
- Basic structure or outline of the article, along with a short description or summary of the content.
- Specify the category best suited for the article
- A brief introduction of yourself and your professional background
We reserve the right to reject all articles that are not relevant to our audience, or do not fall into an available and relevant category
Step 2. After you get a green light from our team, you can start to work on the article.
What is your field of expertise and what would you like to write about?
Our blog categories cover topics from:
- Project Scheduling (including Planning, Project Management and Project Control)
- Working with Primavera P6 and ScheduleReader
- Industry Trends (Construction and Engineering, Oil, Gas, Energy, Manufacturing, Public Utilities, and others)
We are open for new and fresh content that is relevant to our brand, and encourage you to share your ideas with our team.
Every published content on our blog is a well-researched piece of content containing proven facts and references combined with hands-on experience, tips, and best practices from the author’s perspective.
Therefore, before submitting a blog make sure to include your used references.
We value originality, and we only accept guest blog posts that are 100% unique and previously not published on another webpage previously. Every submitted blog post is checked through a plagiarism tool, which allows us to detect if the article has been published elsewhere.
If the content is not original, we will not publish it on the ScheduleReader Blog.
We do not accept for the content to be resubmitted to other blogs. When submitting content to our blog, you are agreeing to provide unique content that becomes the sole property of ScheduleReader.
Writing Style and Tone
All articles published on the ScheduleReader Blog are written in a conversational, simple-to-understand style and friendly tone that follow AP Style guidelines. The articles are written in first and/or second person.
Length and Formatting
The guest blog post should be more than 1,500 words. We recommend using active instead of passive voice with concise, and easily readable sentences. Break up the content into paragraphs defined by headings (H2 and H3) so the article is easy to consume by the reader.
You can include visuals (images, videos, and infographics) in your blog post to make it more engaging for the audience. The media should follow only under CC0 1.0 Universal – Public Domain.
Please, provide us with the appropriate source and attribution for every visual that you want to include in the guest post, otherwise, we reserve the right to use our own visuals in your content.
Links are the fundamental part of any web page on the Internet, but this does not mean that every link is a good link.
We only allow links that are relevant, and credible sources that will enrich the reader’s knowledge regarding a certain topic. We will remove all links that use abusive and manipulative tactics for gaming search engines or redirecting visitors to promotional sources.
We do not accept promotional, sponsored, nor do-follow links requests.
Proofreading and Editing
Before submitting the article, please double check for spelling and readability errors.
Author Bio Section
Along with your first blog post, submit a short Bio of yourself (100-200 word), and a headshot (250×250). The image is not obligatory. We can publish the article event with the short bio.
In the Bio Section we only accept links from personal websites such as LinkedIn profile.
Example of Guest Articles
To get a common sense of the style, tone and article structure, check out these excellent guest blog posts:
- How to Do Progress Updating in Primavera P6
- CPM Scheduling: Visualize the Critical Path in XER Files
- Earned Value Management: Calculations and Formulas
Note: We reserve the right to reject the article if it does not adhere to these guidelines.
Your article will be read by the different project professionals that come in touch with our website and will also be shared on the ScheduleReader Social Media channels.
Ready to Join our Growing Network of Authors?
Increase your exposure and position yourself as a though-leader among project professionals. Reach out to our team with your article proposal.