Guest Posting Guidelines

At The Leader’s Digest we love working with guest bloggers.

If you are interested in publishing a guest blog post please read the following guidelines and submit your details in the form provided below.

What we require from you:
1. A suitable guest post, provided by the date and time agreed.
2. A bio to be included on your guest post.
3. Your commitment to provide feedback to any comments after publication.

The majority of our readers are executives, CEOs, managers, coaches and individuals interested in leadership development, therefore we ask your blog post topic remains within the leadership sphere.

Originality of work:
Guest blog posts must be original content, not previously published on the web or in print.

Word count:
The preferred word count is 400-700 words.

If your guest post is selected, you will agree not to publish it anywhere else – including your own blog or website for at least one month from the date of publication at The Leader’s Digest.

We welcome you to share the blog post with your followers and fans. Please feel free to post a brief summary across your social media platforms and blog with links back to the original at The Leader’s Digest.

Right of refusal:
We may refuse the right to publish your blog post at any time.

We reserve the right to edit your blog post for grammar, punctuation, spelling and general readability.

You may provide up to three links, along with your bio, referring back to your social media platforms, blog or website.

We are happy to publish images with either your post and/or your bio, however please ensure all submitted images adhere with copyright regulations.

If you are interested in submitting a guest post please register your interest here. We will reply to your submission within 2-5 working days.


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