Guest Blogging For Amity

August 15, 2016 Matthew McLaren

Guest Blogging For Amity

Let me start by saying that we love a great guest post! We have started to get many inquiries about writing a guest post for Amity, so we decided it's about time we create a formal process.

We are looking for original articles that offer best practices, guides, and tips on the topic of Customer Success.  You can write about strategy, processes, data, people or anything you think would add value to the field of Customer Success. 

We have an active list of over 17,000 Customer Success Professionals, so we have high standards for our contributors.

Customer Success Topics We Cover

  • Strategy

  • Financial

  • Best Practices & Processes

  • Data

  • People

  • General trends

  • How-to Examples and Case Studies

  • Clickbait about Taylor Swift or Kanye West

Submission Guidelines

We are looking for posts that offer actionable takeaways to our readers. We would like to avoid posts that are for self-promotion. Your post should be inspiring. We want our readers to become excited about applying the tips they’ve learned to their business. As an Author, you keep full credit for your work.

How To Submit A Guest Post

Don’t worry, you don’t have to write your guest post in its entirety before you submit it to us. Just start by clicking the button below or sending us an email.

About the Author

Matthew McLaren

Matthew McLaren works as a Digital Marketing Manager at Amity. His passion for creative design has motivated him to explore the many uses of technology.

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