Thinkblog

Marketing 101 for business owners
Growth tips & marketing basics

Our Thinkblog is fast becoming the most well-read marketing blog Australia has on offer. Here you'll learn the principles of marketing basics, how to spend your dollar, when not to do-it-yourself, and everything related to growing your business. It's a Marketing 101 channel. Please feel free to comment, or if you'd like to write for us, please reach out with your credentials.

If cash is blood, then when you spend a dollar, you’d better achieve an immediate return because without blood, you die.

Most business owners that read this will have spent thousands on marketing and never gained traction. They will have dabbled with advertising such radio campaigns, social media activity, building overcomplicated websites, and maybe they’ve even delved into branding.

I cringe at the thought of an agency throwing their clients hard-earned cash into a bottomless hole in the ground before getting the basics of marketing right. Read to the end of this article and you’ll get a gem of advice that every SME business is neglecting. In fact, most large businesses are neglecting this too.

Write for us digital marketing

If you're a guest blogger and you'd like to write us an article to display on Thinkroom's website about marketing basics, marketing 101, or business growth, then please send through examples of your work. We only publish articles from people with a proven history in their digital marketing careers and who can match our style of tone.

 

Are you a guest blogger, a copywriter or a seasoned digital marketing expert wanting to share your knowledge? We'd love to hear from you. We invite detailed and accurate articles to be published on our website for win/win results relating to SEO and backlinking.

We only publish technically accurate information relevant to an Australian-based audience and demographic likely to own small to medium-sized businesses. You need to be a specialist with a proven history of working in the marketing industry.

Any article written for Thinkroom must be no shorter than 1500 words and written in a tone that's understandable for people who aren't in the marketing industry. You will be allowed to link to a single and relevant website only unless you're referencing commonly available information from a respected organisation. That said, you may send us multiple articles, each containing a link to your site.

 

How to get started
 

  • Any content provided must be original.
    Don't submit any content that's been published elsewhere. Once received, the article's intellectual properties are transferred to the ownership of Thinkroom Australia PTY Limited.

 

  • Don't publish elsewhere.
    By partnering with Thinkroom as a guest blogger, you agree that you won't re-submit or publish similar content elsewhere. If you're unsure, ask for permission first. For example, you may wish to publish the article in your online portfolio.

 

  • Only one link per article.
    Please only insert a single link to your website within the article you supply. You can, however, link to public resources for reference.

 

  • Your content must be relevant.
    We only publish content that is relevant and useful to people in Australia interested in marketing who own small and medium-sized businesses. Please consider this prior to writing your content.

 

  • Don't hard sell.
    You may link to your site, but you must definitely not intend on selling. We only publish articles that are useful to our readers.

 

  • Thinkroom has full editorial control.
    It's likely that we'll edit your document in a minor way. We like to collaborate with readers to ensure our tone is maintained and it's keyword worthy.

 

  • We don't financially compensate guest bloggers.
    Your article won't be compensated for financially, but you will be rewarded with your link, assuming the article is to a quality standard and relevant to meet our expectations. That said, if your writing is exceptional, we may connect with you with the intention to contact you as a paid contributor.

 

  • Subjects to write for us.
    Subjects to write about are marketing basics, marketing 101 and growth tips for small to medium sized businesses in Australia.