We have a team of expert writers, but I’m always delighted to receive good quality, relevant articles that I believe our audience will value. Often these have been very well received – do look at some of the examples below.
I regularly get enquiries from people interested in writing a post for the Corporate Eye blog, and I do accept a few, though I reserve the right to decline any I feel are inappropriate for our audience.
Our service is aimed at corporate communications professionals, working in or for large companies. Our blog readership is wider than this, but we aim to be both professional and corporate in style, and positive in tone, identifying the good things that are being done by companies. Managing and maintaining the corporate website and other online communications isn’t easy!
Our audience is likely to be interested in one or more of the following:
Have you got something to say about any of those, or about something else relevant? Perhaps an unusual angle, or some views on public sector vs private, small business vs major corporates? I’d love to hear it…
If you are interested, here are our guidelines:
I’m getting an ever-increasing number of generic emails offering a post on an unspecified topic and requesting a link to an unspecified site. I no longer have the time to respond to all of these, though I will continue to read all emails. I will delete these emails and will not reply..
So, to avoid the delete-button, please:
Please do discuss your topic idea with me first – send me an email – so we can both be sure the topic is likely to be a good fit. I know it takes ages to write a good post!
Please do not send any images unless either you own them, or you can demonstrate that they may be freely used (supplying the Flickr link and rights, for instance), or they are screenshots, to avoid any copyright issues.
Do bear in mind that I reserve the right to decline the article if it doesn’t ‘fit’, even if we’ve agreed a potential topic. It could be a very good article, but if it doesn’t seem like a good fit for our blog, I may decline to publish it. I might also ask for some changes, such as removing inappropriate links and/or adding new ones. I will discuss this with you first.
Me! I am Lucy Nixon, Editor.
Occasionally we do recruit new members of our blogging team; if we have any job openings in this area, we’ll post them on our jobs page. If you can’t see a link to a jobs page, then I’ve taken it down because there are no openings at the moment.
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How to deal with setbacks in your corporate communications
7 Strategies For Employee Communication via Social Media
Communicating From the Top
Thinking Socially: Convincing the CEO
Launching a Career in Corporate Communications
Important Technological Innovations for Enterprise
Fresh Ideas for Your Corporate Blog
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Writing Content With Clout
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