We publish new, best practice content from ITSM practitioners, consultants, training bodies, and vendors – at no charge. And, we welcome both old faces and new faces to become a content contributor to the site. Simply follow our editorial guidelines below and submit your suggestions to [email protected].
We take the quality of the content written for the site very seriously and, as such, we have created these tips and guidelines to help you to make the most of your content in terms of maximizing your readership.
First of all, before submitting your proposed content, we highly recommend reading some of our latest posts to develop a sense of what we publish. Please then adhere to the following guidelines to increase your chances of your content being accepted:
Where possible, if suggested content does not meet our guidelines we’ll work with the author to help improve their article. This will be done via our content review process. However, please note that any overly self-promoting content will be automatically rejected.
Once we receive your proposed content you can expect to hear back from us within 1-2 working days. We’ll then send you back your content complete with our editorial mark up and comments for you to process. Quality content takes time to edit and prepare, therefore it’s possible that your content will go through more than one round of edits before publication. Once finalized, we’ll let you know the planned publication date of your article. We’ll also notify you as soon as the post is published.
We’re looking for any content related to ITSM, as well as sister topics such as IT asset management, IT financial management, DevOps, enterprise service management, SIAM, etc. Content suggestions include:
Please submit your full draft in a Word document to [email protected]. If your post is accepted we’ll also require you to provide a 60-word biography along with links to your social networks and a recent photograph (high resolution).
If you have industry news to share, we ask that you submit to us your overview and/or press release (ideally ahead of its publication) by emailing us at [email protected]. We may not always publish your press release in its entirety, but if it’s of great interest to readers we might write our own article based on your news. We may need to schedule a short phone conversation to enable us to do this.
If you have any other questions related to our editorial guidelines, or if you’d like to discuss potential topics and suggestions, please contact us at [email protected].