We are now accepting guest contributions to this blog. By posting here your expertise can be shared with 15,000+ real estate professionals around the world. There is no compensation other than byline and exposure through the blog.
- *Content should be something that adds value and enhances the life and work of a corporate real estate management professional. Subjects of interest include
- business trends
- best practices
- case studies
- corporate real estate best practices
- effect of tax laws or legislation
- world or U.S. politics, provided the content relates to economics, business policy or real estate, and does not promote anarchy, totalitarianism, terrorism, or the violent overthrow of government
- other related topics you may be an expert on, such as construction, site selection, LEED, law, architecture, etc.
- *Posts should be well written and can be either conversational or formal in style. White papers are fine provided you have the authorization to post it and it is relevent to the audience.
- *Posts should range from 300 to 1000 words.
- *You can include up to three links in the byline, which will be displayed at the bottom of the post. These links should connect readers to your blog/website, your bio, and a social media page if applicable (twitter, facebook, or LinkedIn). You can also include a brief one sentence summary of your expertise.
- *You can’t use SEOd anchor text or affiliate code for your links.
- *Your post cannot be an advertisement for your product or the equivalent of a sponsored post. There must be some valuable takeaways in the content. A reader will be able to contact you via your contact information should they choose to request sales information.
- *Your post cannot disparage another company or libel an individual.
- *Your post should not divulge any confidential information about your employer or clients, either past or present.
We understand it takes time and work to prepare a blog post worth reading. Nonetheless, the fact that you have written a post and submitted it to us does not obligate us to publish it. We will only publish posts that in our sole judgement renders value to the majority of our readers. Regrettably, we are are unable to respond to all of the email we receive. So, if we do not approve your post for publication, we will be unable to explain why.
How to submit
If you have a post that meets the guidelines above, you can email it to us via “CRE AT webmatters DOT com.” Submissions are generally reviewed once a week, so it may take as long as 7-10 days to get back to you with an approval. Please include your commentary in the body of your email, and not as an attachment.