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The Brainiate Blog is focused on educating, sharing and inspiring others in the Salesforce community.

If you’ve got Salesforce experience, consider becoming a guest blogger!

Successful guest blog posts are comprehensive, specific, and have personality. They get our readers excited about Salesforce, and equip them to succeed at it.

What Could You Write About?

Here are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing:
  • Your favorite Salesforce feature from a recent or upcoming release;
  • Your favorite Salesforce AppExchange app;
  • Best practices regarding the use of Chatter;
  • Best practices regarding lead management;
  • Best practices regarding customer management;
  • Best practices regarding pipeline management;
  • Best practices regarding campaign management;
  • Best practices regarding customer support (case) management;
  • Best practices regarding on boarding new users within your organization;
  • Best practices regarding training users on new features;
  • Best practices regarding handling a new Salesforce project;
  • Best practices regarding data cleanliness;
  • Best practices regarding Sales Cloud;
  • Best practices regarding Service Cloud;
  • Best practices regarding Community Cloud;
  • Best practices regarding Marketing Cloud;
  • Best practices regarding Pardot;
  • Best practices regarding getting certified in Salesforce;
  • Your takeaway notes and experiences from a recent Salesforce event (user group meeting, World Tour, Dreamforce).
How to Submit Your Guest Post

Please email your completed post to with a subject line that includes the words “Guest Post” and the title of your post.

Due to the volume of requests we receive, we cannot respond to all submissions. If your article meets editorial standards and aligns with our content strategy, we will respond to let you know your article will be published. That process may take up to 2 weeks.

Guest Blogging Requirements for the Brainiate Blog

We’re looking for original posts that are comprehensive, specific, and have personality. Generic, dull, or unoriginal posts that don’t provide specific information will not get published.

  • The minimum word count is 1200 words, but there is no maximum word count.
  • Posts should reflect the writing style/tone of the Brainiate Blog. We aim for casual and fun, but intelligent content.
  • You are welcome to include a short author bio with a maximum of 1 anchor text link to your own website.
  • Please avoid being self-promotional in the body of your article. Save that for your author bio.
  • Please submit your post in a Word document with any image files (including attribution) attached separately
  • Please properly attribute data, quotations, and other third-party content referenced in the article.
  • We cannot allow you to republish your guest post to your own blog afterward (this would risk a Google duplicate content penalty for the both of us.).
  • The Brainiate Blog editors reserve the right to edit and adapt your guest blog content as we see fit.
  • We reserve the right to include your post in future Brainiate e-books (we would of course continue to give you full credit for your work).