Blogging on CustomerThink

Blogging is how registered authors share their point of view with the community. We don’t have “guest” posts; anyone who wishes to post content must become an approved author first.

Here’s the process:

  1. Register to create your author account.
  2. After approval, log in with your username and password
  3. Click on Author Dashboard, select Add New Post
  4. Click Submit for Review when you’re done editing

Blog posts must be 500+ words of educational content on one or more of site topics. Our moderator reviews all posts for compliance with our terms of use, selects categories, then publishes. Depending on posting volume, most approved posts are published within two business days of submission, and the author will receive an email notification.

Every week I select the best posts to showcase on our home page, and in our CustomerThink Advisor email newsletter which reaches 35,000 subscribers worldwide!

Take advantage of blogging to get your insights out to our community. Be sure to read our blogging tips to improve your effectiveness. If you have questions or need help, please contact the CustomerThink managing editor.

Blog early and blog often!

Bob Thompson
CustomerThink Founder/CEO

Frequently asked questions

Q: What are the guidelines for blogging?
A: Content should be educational and relevant to one or more of our site topics. Details on our requirements and approval process may be found in CustomerThink’s Terms of Use.

Q: I’m a PR agent and just want to place an article for my client. Is author registration still necessary?
A: Yes. All content must be submitted by a registered/approved author. We don’t allow “guest” posts.

Q: Can blog posts be featured as Editor’s Picks?
A: Yes! Each week CustomerThink’s Editor features at least 10 blog posts and articles.

Q: What’s the difference between a blog post and an article on CustomerThink?
A: Blog posts are “opinion pieces” submitted directly by the author. Articles go through an approval and editing process and are appropriate for longer thought leadership content that includes supporting evidence.