28 Nov 2013

It’s not that I don’t enjoy writing or have nothing to say. It’s just that I’m not as disciplined as I’d like and honestly struggle to find the requisite time to invest what’s needed to create the insightful and fascinating content I know Sourcey subs demand and deserve.

Passing the baton

So I’m passing the baton to you. Sure, I’ll do the occasional post, but I expect ‘Bec’s Blog’ will showcase the smartest and wittiest musings of members of the SourceBottle family. We’ll publish a new post each week and share it among our social media audiences, and write a brief teaser at the base of the SourceBottle ads that day.

This will mean that your post is likely to get noticed by up to 60,000 members of the SourceBottle family in the form of a 'PS' in the ‘Drink Up!’ alert, tweets via @SourceBottle and posts via www.facebook.com/sourcebottle

We're about: Publicity; Public Relations; Pitching - both good and bad; Blogging/The Media

So if you like to write about: publicity, public relations, both good and bad campaigns, the media, bloggers, content management and the ‘next big thing’, check out our ‘Contributor Guidelines’ (below) and send your pitches to: editorial@sourcebottle.com  (Please don’t send fully written contributions before receiving the ‘A-ok’ from us that we’ll publish your post. We don’t want you to invest the time unless we’ve committed to it going ahead.)

And while we’d love to respond to each and every pitch we receive, let me say a big ‘thank you’ from the SourceBottle team in advance, just in case we get overwhelmed by the number of submissions we receive. 

Contributor Guidelines:

Posts need to be relevant to Sourcey subs, which means they need to be on topics related to public relations, publicity tactics, content marketing and blogging.

We also reserve the right to edit and amend your post before publishing, including your headline.

When submitting a pitch, please supply the following:

Any relevant links, attributions and images (including photos of the people who are being described in your story, where appropriate).

A short bio of 2-3 sentences and a high-resolution headshot of you, as author (unless you’re submitting on someone else’s behalf).

The final post should be copied in the body of the email AND attached in a word document. We like our posts to be 300-600 words.

Advertising inquiries:

Sorry but we don’t accept posts that simply advertise or promote a product or brand.

If you would like to advertise with us, check out our Advertising page for our audience details, specifications and rate card.

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