Guest Post Guidelines

Our readers are interested in productivity, leadership, startups, time management technology and related topics.

Your article should be original and shouldn’t be published anywhere online before.

However, we may take a rewritten version of an article you have published elsewhere. (Do include links to the original post).

You may republish the article on other blogs/publications at least one week after it has been published on the SuccessIsWhat blog.

Articles should be between 700 – 1000 words.

Please take care to minimize grammatical errors.

If you include any data, research, quotes, etc. within your article, please include a link to the source of the information. Please check the authenticity of any data or research that you include. We are not responsible for any inaccuracies in your post.

We reserve the right to syndicate your article to the Huffington Post (US) and other blogs. If you do not want it to be syndicated, or it should not be syndicated because of any copyright restrictions, please let us know in advance.

Please send us your article idea first: The headline along with a short (within 100 words) outline of the article. If we like the idea, we will ask you for a draft. We will be able to decide whether to publish the article or not, based on the final draft.

When pitching your idea, do share links to a couple of articles that you have written before.

We ask that you do your bit to share the article on your social media channels.

So, shoot me that email!

At peter [at] successiswhat [dot] com
(Just replace the [at] with an @ and the [dot] with a .)

Look forward to hearing from you.

Peter Banerjea,
Co-founder, SuccessIsWhat