Elevate the digital conversation
We’re always on the lookout for digital project managers and thought leaders to contribute to thedigitalprojectmanager.com. We’re looking for writers with something to say that elevates the conversation surrounding digital, leadership, and the world of digital project management.
Digital is a pretty broad term, and we’ve chosen it deliberately to describe the connected world that uses pixels and bytes to interact with people. Project management, we see that pretty broadly – getting people together to create something amazing; it’s about leadership and teamwork.
The Digital Project Manager is one of the largest and most credible platforms for digital project management information and thought leadership, and shares ideas with an expanding global audience.
Write for us
We continually receive more messages, contribution requests, and enquiries than we are able to keep up with, so if you’re interested in contributing, please complete the form below to send us your contribution idea for consideration. Here’s what we’re looking for:
- Content must be exclusive and unique, between 1,000– 2,000 words.
- Preferable topics: project management concepts, how-to guides, agile, leadership, SEO, analytics, strategy etc.
- Content must be an editorial, not an advertorial.
- Articles should include relevant images or charts.
- Article submissions must include: Author’s name, email, and a brief bio (up to 150 words).
- Links within the article need to be relevant to the content and should not be used to directly or indirectly publicize any person, website, product or service. Such links will be removed from the article.
- Any links included will have a “rel=nofollow” attribute.
- We reserve the right to proof-read and lightly edit the article as needed.
We’re lucky enough to work with people who already have strong, focused ideas, so we usually only go through one draft with our contributors. If you need more help in developing an article, we have a small team of freelance editors who can work with you to prepare your piece for publication.
We understand that contributions are often motivated by PR or marketing goals, but content published on thedigitalprojectmanager.com must first and foremost provide strong thought leadership in service to the DPM community. Fortunately, it is usually possible to balance our quality requirements with the goals motivating the contribution.