Are you seasoned in recruitment, sourcing, scaling teams, or related fields and would like to share your expertise with others? Matchr blog is the right place for this!
We created this guide to highlight topics we’re interested in, requirements for guest articles, and tips to become a blog contributor.
Let’s get started!
*The Call to Linkbuilders*
We value your work, but please read this guide before submitting a post.
Our blog provides high-quality expert content. We don’t post articles created just for linkbuilding and SEO purposes.
Let’s appreciate each other’s time.
Who Is the Matchr Blog for?
We strongly focus on creating content for recruiters and sourcers of any level, talent acquisition managers, startup owners, and CEOs searching for tips to scale their businesses rapidly.
What Types of Content Do We Publish
These types of content are a priority for us:
Have you successfully built recruitment/sourcing processes, managed TA teams, and scaled talent teams? Have you got any significant results? Share your experience and tell about your goals and KPIs, how you reached them, issues you faced, results, and so on.
Examples of Case studies:
Guides and How-tos
We accept comprehensive guides with relevant examples, original graphics, and logical sequencing.
Examples of How-tos and Guideposts:
- Candidate Sourcing Automation: Ultimate Guide to Finding Candidates at Scale
- Diversity Search: How to Find Female Engineers
- Talent Mapping: How to Build a Strong Sourcing Strategy
Everyone loves lists. You are welcome if you want to share a list of tools for particular tasks, a list of great people in the recruitment industry, or other relevant lists.
Examples of the lists:
- 20 Best (Tech) Recruiting Conferences to Attend in 2022
- 20 Best Interview Scheduling Tools for Recruiters [Free and Paid]
- 24 Google Chrome Extensions for Recruiters & Sourcers
- Top-20 Sourcing Thought Leaders You Should Follow
Researches and benchmarks
Have you conducted an in-depth study and want to share the results? We’ll be glad to publish your content!
This is not a comprehensive list of the post types we accept – we are open to your ideas.
What Topics Do We Cover
Here are examples of the topics our readers are interested in:
- Sourcing and recruitment automation approaches.
- Recruitment and sourcing tools (ATSs, scheduling tools, extensions, etc.)
- The current state of the recruitment industry and trends.
- Approaches to finding and outreach candidates on LinkedIn, job portals, and other platforms.
- Success stories (personal or your company’s).
- Building a company culture while scaling talent teams.
- Other topics related to recruitment and sourcing.
The Posts We Don’t Accept
We don’t publish:
- Content already published anywhere else.
- Rewritten content that doesn’t bring any value. (We all know posts like “5 Tips to Do Something” – please don’t submit such pieces).
- Articles on the topics covered on our blog before. (Please search on our blog before submitting your topics.)
- Posts that are overoptimized with keywords or external links.
- Promotional content.
- Content that contains links to our competitors.
- Content that’s offensive or inaccurate.
- Overly critical positions of individuals or companies.
- Posts without the author’s details.
We reserve the right to decline the article without a detailed explanation. Thank you for understanding.
Blog Post Requirements
Check if your article complies with our editorial requirements:
- Submit articles in Google Docs. Use this template to format your text.
- Include no more than one link to your company or affiliated resource (blog, social profile, etc.) within the article.
- We don’t limit the word quantity on the blog posts, but most articles should fall in the 1,800-2,500 word range. It’s better to over-explain an idea than under-explain it.
- Your writing style should be accessible and clear. Use simple sentences instead of complex ones. Use your natural voice and avoid unnecessary filler words. And remember, the Active Voice is better than the Passive one.
- Paragraphs should be no more than 3-5 sentences long and formatted using H2s, H3s, and H4s as needed.
- Use bulleted and numbered lists to dilute your text visually.
- Always add a conclusion. The best way to wrap up is to give a checklist.
- Add the link to the source page when including images from other sources. The same rule applies to quotes, stats, and research results.
How to Submit a Guest Post
Send a Google Docs copy to our Head of Marketing: firstname.lastname@example.org. In the email subject line, please enter “Guest post.”
You’ll receive our response within one week. We respond to every email!
Your article could be:
- Declined with editorial suggestions
In the last case, we suggest you adjust your article according to the notes.
After applying content, we may edit your article without changing the general idea.
What if you haven’t written the article but have some topics and want to post them on our blog?
Email us at email@example.com. In the email subject line, enter “Guest post idea.” Attach the Google Docs file to the email with this info:
- The topic you want to cover
- An outline
- 2-3 examples of your previous articles
We’ll consider your ideas and respond within one week.
Your Post is Approved. What’s Next?
We accept only content that experts write.
Please send us the author’s information:
- Name and surname
- High-quality headshot
- Company name
- Job position
- Short bio
- Links to the author’s social networks (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn)
We’ll notify you about the post date.
Once your post is published, you can republish and share it wherever you want. But we expect you to add a link to the original source.
Share your experiences and knowledge with the sourcing and recruitment community – We look forward to your posts and ideas!