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PRSA St. Louis Blog Guidelines

Looking for a writing opportunity, or simply a chance to share an interesting topic with other PR pros? PRSA St. Louis is looking for guest bloggers! You could recap a PRSA event, share your expertise on industry trends, or compile a brief case study from the field, to name a few. Check out the blogging guidelines below, and email your submission to Melissa Breer at mjbreer@gmail.com. Read the blog at prsastlouis.org/blog.

PRSA St. Louis Blog Guidelines

  • Guest posts will be accepted for consideration by PRSA and PRSSA members only.
  • Your activities on PRSA St. Louis’ blog should be handled in a professional, responsible and business-like manner, and in accordance with PRSA’s policies.
  • Articles should reflect the writing style/tone of the PRSA.   
  • Proper attribution of data, quotations, and other third-party content referenced in the article.
  • In general, blog posts should be 350-700 words, but may be as long as necessary to be high quality and comprehensive.
  • Post should be submitted in HTML or in a Word document along with any image files. Image files must include proper attribution.  
  • Provide true, accurate, current and complete information when submitting information or materials on PRSA blogs.
  • This blog is used as a chapter resource and is limited to discussing matters related to the public relations, communications and marketing industries/professions.
  • Posts should be well-written and high-quality original articles. We will accept repurposed content, but not in its original form. Content must be a rewrite and include a disclosure.
  • Submissions must meet the PRSA-St. Louis team's quality standards in order to get published.
  • Please avoid being self-promotional and selling you or your company in your blog post.
  • Please provide a brief, 1-2 sentence author bio, which may include a social media link.
  • After a two week period, you may cross-post the article on your own blog, with the footnote that it originally appeared on the PRSA St. Louis blog and a permalink back to the original post. 

*Updated 3/1/16

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