NetHunt CRM Blog is a learning hub for everyone who wants to know more about sales, productivity, excellent customer service, and building meaningful relationships with clients. We keep our standards high and try to make the best evergreen content in our niche.

Our mission is to make the future of sales better by helping every B2B sales professional get more efficient at their job and do it smarter.

We want real-world stories, lessons learned, and actionable ideas to succeed in sales and customer relations. On top of that, we want to drive engagement and vivid discussions around your piece.

Thus, we accept content from contributors who have an industry expertise and exceptional writing skills.

We can’t wait to read your next story!

Key Requirements for Your Guest Post

  • We only accept original work that has not been published before;
  • Data-driven and factually correct piece of minimum 1000 words (1500 is perfect);
  • Make your article actionable: include advice, tips, examples, and end your post with 3-5 takeaways or next steps. Your article should not just provide the "why" but the "how".
  • Include a 1-2 sentence summary of your article at the top underneath your title. Tell the audience what you’re going to tell them about and why it matters.
  • Your text should be SEO-optimized containing relevant keywords (we recommend you to use Ahrefs or Serpstat, which are paid tools, or Google Keyword Planner and Ubersuggest, which are free).
  • Make your article readable and visually appealing. Use short sentences along with short paragraphs (3-4 sentences per paragraph is perfect). Include images (referring to their sources), use bullet points, numbered lists, and other visual elements.
  • No blatant self-promotion. DO NOT try to sell in your article. You may include one link to your website or blog post, however, it should fit naturally and along with other tools mentioned.
  • The byline needs to go to someone in a relevant role, Sales Manager (for sales-related topics), Customer Success Manager (for topics related to customer service). Please, send a short bio (2-3 sentences) along with the headshot and links to social profiles of the author.

Please submit your draft as a Google Doc using these sharing setting:

  • On - Anyone with the link
  • Access - Can edit

Editorial Process: What to Expect

After we receive your draft, it takes us up to 10 days to review your content, accept or decline it, and schedule a publishing date. We try to respond to all authors in regards to their submissions; however, if you do not hear back from us in 10 days, please, consider your submission declined.

Nonetheless, you are welcome to try your luck with another story idea.

NOTE* NetHunt CRM has editorial control and will edit or tweak the piece as they see fit. These include anything from removing too much promotion, to optimizing for SEO, to rewriting sections for readability and overall blog style.

No worries, our editorial team will make you sound perfect! :)

Guest Article Distribution

There’s no point in creating content if there’s nobody there to read it. We believe informative, valuable content should reach as wide an audience as possible, so we look for guest writers who are ready and willing to promote their piece.

Once your article is live, we will share it in our social media profiles and include it into digests.

Here are some ideas on how you can promote your article, so it gets lots of traction.

  • Share it in your personal social media pages
  • Share it in brand social media pages
  • Include it in your newsletter
  • Link it to other articles you write
  • Share it within the community of fellow experts

All of that will help drive traffic and engagement towards your article.

NOTE* If you want to add the article to your own blog, Medium, or other media, you need to cite the original resource and add REL: CANONICAL attribute to the post.

Thanks so much for your interest in contributing content to NetHunt CRM! As a community, it’s important that we develop a culture of shared knowledge to shorten the marathon of trial-and-error approaches!