Guest blogger policy
This policy relates to any individual who wishes to write a blog post for The Careers Group and is not an employee of the organisation.
Please note that although The Careers Group publishes guest blogs this is by invitation only.
- Articles must be unique. They must not have been previously published online or be re-published elsewhere after publication (this is for search engine legitimacy and copyright law). By submitting an article you are also confirming that The Careers Group holds the right to publish.
- Articles may be edited. We reserve the right to suggest changes, fix grammar and spelling, and add links. No major changes will be made without your approval.
- Content areas we consider:
- Tips and tutorials on how to get a job in your sector
- Anecdotes on how you found your (first) job
- Case studies and/or initiatives for students facing barriers to work (eg dyslexia, physical or mental disabilities)
- Stories related to international students and their experience
- Advice on psychometrics
- Useful advice for graduates looking for work eg: job-hunting tips, interview techniques, Networking
- Value of recruitment fairs
- Other employability related ideas
- Word count: We accept articles up to 1000 words.
- Language: Please use short, concise sentences, and avoid jargon and acronyms.
- Link Requirements
> Where possible link to other posts found on The Careers Group blogs
> Include a link in the byline to your blog/company, which will be displayed at the bottom of the post
> We do not publish affiliate links within a post’s content
Instructions to contributors
Thank you for your interest but we are not currently accepting speculative guest blog posts.