be able to find a list of “top blogs” or “top publications.” These are a goldmine if you can find them.Review the types of articles these sites publish. Are these the type of articles you plan to write? For example, some industries, such as manufacturing, have a plethora of publications that focus on news and case studies. If you plan to write evergreen articles on process improvement in manufacturing, these publications are probably not worth pursuing. Research the remaining posts on your list until you find a few that post the type of content you want to write.Find
the publisherOnce you have identified your target publications, you need to identify the appropriate contact person (usually the editor) at each one. Some publications will have a "write for us" link, which will provide either an email address or an employee email list online form. Obviously, if you can get an email address, that's all you need. If your only option is to fill out an online form, you will have more work to do.When filling out the form, be brief and ask for the editor or guest post editor.
Often these online form requests don't elicit a response, so set a reminder to follow up in a few days if you don't get a response. You may need to search the site for email addresses of other staff to contact. Sometimes the first person you contact will forward your email to the appropriate person, but sometimes you'll have to contact a few people before