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Collect blog content ideas and article drafts from guest writers that want to contribute to your blog with this simple and beautiful Blog Submission Form Template.
This form helps you quickly and easily gather all the details you need from internal writers or external contributors to generate more blog content and ultimately boost your website traffic. Collect suggested article titles, copy drafts, personal details for writers' "Author's Profile" section in your blog, their website links, email addresses, and even visual assets for the blog post–all in one place.
If you need any other information from your writers, you can easily add additional form fields such as content keywords, ideas for related blog articles, and suggestions for internal links and backlinks to include in the guest post to boost SEO.
Once your form is set up, simply publish it by embedding it on your website or sharing it via social media. To streamline your blog content creation even further, you can connect this blog guest posting submission form with project management tools like Google Sheets, Airtable, Trello or Asana to assign tasks to your team members and track progress in real-time.
Your blog submission form should include fields for the blogger's name, email address, website, proposed blog post topic, a brief summary of the post, and any relevant links or attachments–all of these fields are already automatically added to this form template.
You can also include additional fields, such as social media profiles or a brief bio.
There's a wide variety of details you can collect with this form. For example:
Setting clear guidelines for guest bloggers and reviewing each submission carefully is the key to getting high-quality writers on board. You can ask for writing samples or previous blog posts to get an idea of the guest blogger's writing style and quality.
A good idea is to also attach your tone of voice guide and style guide to the form so the writers can get familiar with your preferred writing style from the start.
Nope, not a single line of code. To edit the readymade template content, simply click on any field and edit the text, or add or remove questions. Once you're happy with the questions on your blog submission form, you can easily modify the design, fonts, colors, and logos.
You can either share the form via a direct link or embed the form on your website.
To share via a direct link, click on the "Publish" button in the top menu, then select "Link" from the publishing options.
To embed the form to your website, click on the "Publish" button in the top menu, then select "Embed" from the publishing options. Next, go to your website's CMS or website builder and navigate to the page where you want to embed the form. Paste the embed code into the appropriate area or element.
Start with your website. Create a guest blogging page on your website to let visitors know that you are open to guest blog posts. You can also include a link to your Paperform blog submission form on this page.
Reach out to your network via Linkedin and let them know that you are looking for writers for your blog. They may be able to recommend someone or even be interested in contributing themselves.
Post on job boards that specialize in connecting bloggers with writing opportunities (such as ProBlogger or Freelancer).