If you work for an agency or represent a brand or product, you’re a better fit for a sponsored post. We’d love to work with you. Read our sponsored post guideline to learn more: Project Bliss Sponsored Post Guidelines.

We welcome guest posts here at Project Bliss. Our goal is to provide quality information for current and aspiring project managers and leaders. 

We accept contributions from project managers or leaders who can provide valuable insight and guidance in the areas of project management, leadership, and career growth. 

However, it’s important that the articles are a good fit and high quality.

Before pitching an idea, please look over a few of the articles to get a feel for the tone, and ensure that your article isn’t too technically complicated for the audience.

Articles related to IT Project Management are fine, but please write them to be easily understood by someone who doesn’t have a software development background. Here’s a good example: SDLC Tutorial for the Software Development Lifecycle

Topics of Interest:

  • Project management
  • Leadership
  • Communication
  • Soft Skills
  • Professional Development
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Project management methodologies, such as Agile
  • How-to and guidance on project delivery activities

Article Guidelines

  • The article should be original and not previously published elsewhere.
  • The ideal length is 1000 – 1500 words, with the focus on providing value, rather than adding fluff for a higher word count.
  • The article should not seek to sell products, but rather to inform or teach the reader.
  • Do your research and link to original sources.
  • Do not include more than 1 backlink to your site in your article or bio. You may link to other relevant resources.
  • Include links to other ProjectBliss articles where possible.
  • Once the post is live on ProjectBliss.net, you can (and are encouraged to) share links to the article from social media and other articles you may write elsewhere. However, you may not re-post the entire article elsewhere.

No Promotional Links

We offer guest posts to give individuals the opportunity to share their voice on Project Bliss. If you wish to use this platform for promotional opportunity, our Sponsorship opportunities are a better fit, and we’d love to work with you. To that end, for guest posts, we require that you do not post promotional or self-serving links to clients or friends.

  • You may link to your Twitter handle, LinkedIn profile, or another type of bio page.
  • Do not post or link to any self-promotional materials or gated content.
  • We reserve the right to remove any links or make any link a “no follow” link (rel=”nofollow”) at any time, before or after an article is published.
  • We do not sell links to any articles and this is strictly against our policy.
  • We only accept Pitch Free Posts.
  • We don’t accept posts that seek to sell or recommend a specific product or service. Instead, we want posts that share your expertise and knowledge with our audience.


You must disclose any relationship you have with a company or individual you mention in your post. 

How to Submit Your Work

  • Check for and correct any spelling and grammar errors. I understand that English isn’t everyone’s first language, but please do make an effort to submit quality writing.
  • Send your article in a formatted Word document.
  • Please provide a short bio. You may include one link to your company or blog, and a photo if desired. Any other images you submit with the article should be copyright-free.
  • We reserve the right to edit or modify the article as needed or desired. This includes links and website references you have placed within your article. This means we might replace links you’ve placed within your article with other/different links.

How to Submit Ideas

If you think you have a topic that would work, send the topic idea along with several bullet points explaining the focus and what you’d cover. Email this to me at leigh at espy dot net, with the subject line: Project Bliss Guest Post

I will respond within a week to let you know if the topic is a fit, or I might suggest a different approach.

If your article is accepted, I’ll let you know the target publishing time, and will email you with a link to the article when it goes live on the site.