Guest Blogging Guidelines 
Thank you for your interest in writing a guest post for Flowlu. We’re always looking to provide our readers with exciting and useful content on work and project management. If you feel you have the high-quality writing skills and expertise to present some tips and recommendations, we’d love to hear from you.
Please read carefully our guest blogging requirements below.
- We publish only original content that has not been published previously elsewhere and won’t be republished to your own blog in the future. The article should be accurate and well-written.
- Your article should bring real value to our readers. We publish only in-depth and well-researched posts that could be of interest to a highly-educated audience.
- There are no length requirements for the article. Our blog posts typically run at 1,000 words and above.
- We allow one anchor text link pointing back to your website in the post.
- We do not tolerate plagiarism and will decline your article in case it is not 100% unique.
- Remember to break up large chunks of text into paragraphs, use subheads and lists where appropriate.
- Use a casual and informative tone; include an intriguing title. You can learn the tone and style by reviewing our blog.
- You’re free to support your text with infographic, screenshots, GIFs and illustrations with proper attribution, however, it is not obligatory.
- Please submit all posts in Google Document or Word.
- Include a one- to two-sentence author bio with your submission.
Topics We Cover
- Project and Task Management
- Team Collaboration Tips
- Workflow Automation
- Invoicing and Accounting
- Time and Work Management for Teams
Sample Guest Posts
- “Quick Guide On Planning Project Communication Management” by Emily Henry
- “Workflow VS Process: Differences And Similarities” by Marie Barnes
- “How Improving Internal Communication Will Foster Workplace Productivity & Engagement: 6 Effective Tips & Solutions” by Dorian Martin
- “Work Smart: How To Manage Multiple Projects At The Same Time” by Ashley Halsey
- “How to Write a Time Management Action Plan for a Remote Team” by Nicole D.Garrison
- Email us with 1–3 suggested article topics. Please remember to specify how much time you need to prepare an article. We typically respond within 1 to 3 days.
- We also encourage you to share some samples of your previous work to help us get acquainted with your writing style.
- Write the draft and send it to us for a review after we approve one of your topics. Our marketing team reserves the right to edit or adapt your post as we think necessary. We can send you an updated copy for review before publishing to our blog if you like.
- We publish a post within one or two weeks. We also publish a link to the post across our social media channels to get more people to read and share your article.
We look forward to hearing from you!