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Blogging for the ATD Communities of Practice

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Your submission should…

  • speak to the targeted audience of the Community of Practice (CoP).
  • be original. It must not be published as is in another blog/channel unless it’s cleared by the CoP manager. In some cases, the CoP manager may be interested in posting a modified version of an existing blog post/article.
  • be between 500 to 1,500 words long. Aim for the lower end if you are planning to include some graphics in the text. We reserve the right to split submissions on the longer end of that range into multiple posts as we see fit.

Your submission should not:

What happens if we accept your submission?

We commit to…

  • look at our blog pipeline and give you a timeframe of when it will be posted
  • share your blog post on our social media channels.

You commit to…

  • follow the targeted CoP on Twitter and join any social media groups for that CoP.
  • leverage your network and social media channels to spread the word and drive discussion about your blog post.
  • engage in/respond to any discussions that may result from your blog post in our social media channels. 

If you have read the guidelines above and are ready to submit a blog post, please email the following to the appropriate CoP manager: 

  • the blog post submission
  • your bio*
  • a high-resolution photograph of yourself*
  • your social media information (i.e. Twitter handle, LinkedIn profile, Google+ profile).

    *This is not necessary if we already have your bio from a previous contribution (to our blog, books, TD magazine, TD at Work, or webcasts), unless you wish to update your ATD contributor profile. 

Please send your submission directly to the CoP manager, and he or she will be in touch shortly. See the ATD Communities of Practice at a Glance.

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