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How to Get Featured in a PulseBlueprint Article

Welcome to PulseBlueprint, a personal and professional development company aimed at helping people make positive and successful changes in their lives. A big part of that is sharing other people’s stories, whether through our contributor community or by featuring people and companies in our editorial content. 

In our editorial content, we look for stories in a lot of different places, but a key place we go to for stories is our Source Community.

Join our Source Community by filling out the form below. You’ll get a regular email from our editorial team where we ask for insights, tips, stories, or opinions on upcoming editorial content. PR agents, entrepreneurs, in-house marketers, freelancers / consultants, and other experts all welcome.

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Already in our Source Community? Make sure you check your spam if you haven’t received an email in over 2 weeks. 

Need help? Email us at [email protected].

How to get featured in a PulseBlueprint article

Once you’ve joined our Source Community by filling out the form above, you’ll be added to our regular emails (be sure to check spam if you haven’t received an email in over 2 weeks). 

1. See if you have a relevant experience related to the prompt.

Each prompt will be a bit different, but we cover topics including:

  • Career growth / professional development.
  • Starting / growing a business.
  • Leadership.
  • Career / business evolutions.
  • Career lessons from pop culture. 

2. Submit your answer

Respond to the email with your advice in under 300 words. 

Provide your name (or initials), company, and title. 

You can also provide one link to be included with your advice to either your official company website, official company social media handle, or your personal social media. 

Note: If you’re a sending a pitch on behalf of a client or executive in your organization, note that in the email response and source them as the provider of the answer. 

3. Check our regular roundups to see if you’ve been featured. 

While we’re grateful for every insight and the time it took to produce, we can’t respond to all submissions individually. Please check here for all my best advice, tips, and insights that get published. 

4. If you’ve got more to say and want to submit a whole article, feel free to do so!

Source Community members are more than welcome to contribute posts as well. 

Note: If you’re submitting a contribution on behalf of a client or an executive in your organization, please sign up using their name but your email address. 

Frequently Asked Questions

I’ve submitted a pitch. Now what? 

If you responded to the email with your pitch, we received it. 

While we’re grateful for every insight and the time it took to produce, we can’t respond to all submissions individually. Please check here for all my best advice, tips, and insights that get published. 

How long does it take to publish an article if my pitch is selected?

We try to publish as often as possible – usually between a day and a week. 

How will I know if my pitch was included in the article?

We will do our best to reach out to everyone whose pitch was included in the article. You can also see all published articles here.

Can I submit the same pitch to you that I’ve sent to other publications?

Yes. 

Can I still pitch you for a full-feature story even if I’ve already pitched you through the Source Community?

Yes. 

  1. You are welcome to pitch [email protected] with an organic pitch that is on a different topic than the one sent out in the Source Community. 
  1. If you feel strongly or have a great experience to share about a topic sent out in the Source Community and want to expand on it, please do so through a contributed post on PulseBlueprint.
  1. From time to time, PulseBlueprint’s editors may invite someone from the Source Community to do a full feature based on the pitch you send, so even if you are seeking a full feature it’s still a good idea to respond to the regular Source Community emails. 

Will you edit my answer or publish as-is?

We may do slight edits for clarity, but otherwise we publish your answer as-is. 

Do you give credit for pitches?

Yes, we will credit your name, title, and company.

Will you link back to my company website and / or social media?

Yes, you can provide up to one link that will be included if your pitch ends up in the article we publish. 

I work in PR. Can I submit pitches on behalf of clients?

Yes, but note that in your pitch and provide their information for citation. All relevant pitches will be considered.

How often can I pitch stories?

As often as you’d like!