CMSWire selectively accepts contributions from our readers that meet our editorial guidelines. We are looking for original (previously unpublished) thought-leadership, platform/vendor agnostic, 800 word (or less) articles that offer actionable tips for our readers. We do not publish white papers or case studies.
We are particularly interested in three broad areas:
- Digital Experience and Customer Experience
- Digital Workplace/Enterprise Collaboration
- Information Management
You can see topics of particular interest in our Editorial Calendar.
If you’d like to propose an article, send an email to Submissions@cmswire.com including:
- Your name, title and a sentence or two that reflect your experience. (No ghost writers. We work directly with bylined authors.)
- A brief summary (30 to 50 words) of the story. Do not submit full articles.
- Your contact info. We won’t share your phone or email, but our editors will need to contact you, if we are interested in your submission.
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