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We have thousands of visits a month in Business Insights, and every day we have more.

If you think you have something to say, to express or just want to bring your expertise to our community of +50,000 subscribers, we would be happy to make a guest post with you.
Most visitors are entrepreneurs, marketing managers, sales managers, and related.
Please take your time reading this full page, which will help you to know how we write, why we do what we do and you will know the approval process of the content we have.

Guidelines for each article

Successful guest articles are complete publications, based on interesting facts, that teach our readers something new about the business world. While we tend to lean towards content about sales and marketing tactics, it’s not all we talk about. We are also interested in publishing any topic of interest to our community, which includes aspects such as selection and recruitment, team development, job search, writing, design, mathematics and big internet trends, among other things.

We look for certain things in every article we publish:

  • Original concepts, convincing arguments and high quality writing. We will not publish anything that has been published elsewhere (Important!).
  • The article reflects the writing style and tone of Business Insights. Our goal is to be formal, useful, and we usually stay away from buzzwords and jargon.
  • Adequate citations of data, citations and external content referred to in the article.
  • No more than one link to a company’s website in the body of the publication.

Types of articles

We’ve conducted studies to find out what types of blog posts work, and what don’t. Here are some of our most successful blog posts:
  • Analysis: Did you perform an experiment? Or an analysis of your own data or those of your customers that produced a trend? Write us and send it. These publications should include specific data, practical documents and comprehensive explanations of each step of the experiment or analysis process. Readers should have enough information to replicate their experiment or study if they wanted to.

  • Explanations: These articles provide readers with exhaustive tactical explanations backed by recent relevant examples, original citations, original graphics, and current data. While we don’t like to put a word count in our publications, they tend to work when there are 1,500 words or more. When readers finish this type of publication, they should be able to immediately run the given topic and few questions remain about how to do so.
  • Graphics: These articles rely heavily on an infographic or Slideshare created by the author. They usually present some introductory paragraphs, the integrated means themselves and not much else. The chart should be complete and easy to read, have a compelling narrative, and have up-to-date data that is of appropriate origin.
  • Events: Generally, they are those articles that are created based on having attended a specific event that is of interest to all and that can be of great help to readers. This type of content, while supported by an event/webinar/workshop/conference, is the theme itself.
    Trends/Tools: In these articles the main thing is to provide value, give tools, show step by step how to do something, or also communicate new market trends in the business, technology or marketing/sales sector.

    Although we sometimes post blog posts from time to time that don’t fall into any of those categories, your post has the best chance of being accepted if it matches one of these formats.

What we DO NOT accept:

There are some things we simply cannot accept.

  • Everything that has been covered on our blog before. Do a search on our site before submitting your articles.
  • Anything that can be interpreted as a link building scheme. (Linkbuilding black hat SEO).
  • Anything that is too promotional for your company or organization.
  • Anything that’s offensive or inaccurate.
  • Anything too critical with individuals or companies: This is not a site to voice your complaints.

How to submit your article:

Send an email to with the following:

  • Email subject: Guest blogpost - Name of author.
    Your entire article in a Word file.
  • Image files (with attribution if needed).
  • Brief biography of the author that includes a maximum of one link to his own website.
  • Photo of the author clear and professional.
  • If your article meets editorial standards and aligns with our content strategy, we will respond to inform you that your article will be published. This process can take up to 2 weeks.


  • Submissions must meet Drew content team standards in order to be published.
  • We may modify the title and modifications for optimization purposes.
  • We cannot allow you to re-post your guest post on your own blog, LinkedIn, or any other media after.  Here’s more about what you can (and can’t) do besides sharing it like crazy.
  • Drew’s content team reserves the right to edit and adapt the content of your guest blog post as they see fit and to update it in the future to make it accurate and comprehensive.
  • Drew reserves the right to include calls to action to the content, use it for email newsletters, e-books and other downloadable content, always with the name of the author included, of course.

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