We love connecting with talented event professionals and writers to share awesome content on our blog. If you’re interested in guest posting, please read the guidelines below before submission.
Who we are:
Meeting Tomorrow is the leading full-service audiovisual & event technology partner to Fortune 500 companies, agencies, and associations. Our mission is to build a culture of respect and affection, which starts with our team and expands into how we deliver our services and treat our clients. We hope it’s felt in every interaction!
What we’re looking for:
The mission of our blog is to make life easier for meeting planners by providing helpful content about AV, event technology, and other event industry topics. Here are the types of things we regularly feature on our blog:
• Audiovisual tips and how-to articles
• Meeting planning guides and resources
• Events industry news and updates
• Trends: events industry, meeting planners, AV & tech
• Opinion: event tech, events industry, event marketing
• Tools: event planning, event marketing
To get a feel for the kinds of articles we publish, check out some recent posts.
All guest posts should be a minimum of 750 words in length.
All submissions must be unpublished, original works, specifically written for our blog. We will not repost existing content and will delete posts that are published elsewhere.
We ask that you only submit photos or art that you’ve created or that you have permission to publish. If you do not have images, we may create or license some of our own.
Article drafts and images should be submitted via Google Drive or Microsoft Word.
We allow a link to the author’s website in the “about the author” section at the bottom of every guest post.
We generally allow 2-3 relevant links within the post to other related articles, though we’ll ultimately decide what’s appropriate on a case-by-case basis.
If everything feels like a good fit after reading these guidelines, please respond with 2-3 post ideas, along with a quick summary for each. We’ll let you know if we want to pursue them.
During the editing process, we may change the title, text, format, images, and links to meet our brand voice and guidelines.
If we decide to publish your content, we’ll ask you for a 2-3 sentence bio and social media links. Upon publishing, we ask that you actively share within your own social networks too.