Contribute Content to ProjectManagement.com
Increase Your Influence While Helping Your Peers!
ProjectManagement.com thrives on the participation of our membership, so we are happy to accept a number of types of editorial submissions for consideration. If you're interested in contributing content to the community, here's what you need to get started.
What Kind of Content Can I Create?
The following is a list of the general types of community contributions that ProjectManagement.com is currently accepting:
- Articles and White Papers
We prefer articles and other content that have not been previously published. However, we will consider existing articles and or white papers. Please note that ProjectManagement.com does not publish product- or case-specific white papers as editorial content. If you are interested in publishing such a white paper, please contact our Advertising Sales Department for information about Sponsored White Papers.
- Knowledge Shelf
Knowledge Shelf is a growing resource of articles contributed by project managers to advance the body of knowledge. It is comprised of a wide range of practitioners from a wide range of fields, covering both popular and niche topics. From lessons learned and case studies to opinion pieces and articles, the information presented may be either specialized or general, but will be current and vital. This platform gives a voice to peers new to our online community, and allows for longer form contributions on ProjectManagement.com. A panel of volunteer practitioners reviews each article for value and readability prior to posting. Articles accepted for posting are eligible for PDUs. For more information on contributing to Knowledge Shelf, including licensing information, please see our Editorial Guidelines.
We are always interested in deliverable templates and project plans. Even if we already have something similar in our current library, your approach may be different enough help out a PM in a pinch. (Please note that all client- or project-specific information must be purged from your documents prior to submission.)
Have you recently delivered a presentation on a topic that would be helpful to a broader audience of your peers? Published a book and want to share the ideas it contains with the world? Our community would love to hear from you and likely have questions that will refine your thinking on your chosen topic.
- Blog Postings
Want your own blog or to contribute to one on ProjectManagement.com? Read more about the process here.
- Something else?
Post your content idea to the Project Management Central discussion board, to get feedback from your peers or find collaborators!
This form offers an easy way to submit an individual content item for consideration. Once submitted, we will quickly respond with next steps.
Interested in sharing your expertise with a large live audience? Fill out this form so that we can help you get started.
Terms and Conditions| Speaker Agreement (Coming soon!)
In addition to being an online community, ProjectManagement.com is also a publication known for unique, never before published, how-to approaches addressing nearly every conceivable project management challenge. These very special articles typically receive a lot of attention on the site and we sometimes pay a small honorarium to the writer. We are interested in all types of project management-related articles both for our front-page sections as well as our topic-specific departments. However, only a small percentage of submissions are accepted. Please note, it is our policy not to review or highlight specific vendor products. See our Submission Guidelines for more information about format, length and acceptance policy.
We are happy to list your project management software tool in our comprehensive, searchable database. Simply fill out the Online Tool Listing Form, and we will review and post your listing within two business days. If you are interested in highlighting your tool listing, please contact our Advertising Sales Department for information about Sponsored Tool Listings.
Thanks, as always, for being a part of the ProjectManagement.com community. If you still require additional information, please don't hesitate to contact our Editorial Staff.
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