We’re currently accepting editorial submissions to help take SAPinsider’s flagship content to the next level. If you’ve already seen enough and would like to contribute, fill out our form.
Here are 5 reasons why you should submit a pitch for consideration.
Reason #1 Receive recognition for a unique perspective you have on an SAP concept or trend
SAPinsiders expect to receive the latest and most useful content to help them maximize their investment in SAP technology, and who better to receive this actionable advice from than thought leaders in our own SAPinsider Community? If you have something to share, this is the best platform to get your idea out to an audience that contains more than 380,000 executives, managers, consultants, and implementation and development teams running SAP software.
Reason #2 Advance your professional career by being considered for SAPinsider’s Expert Program
Contributing content is a great way to be considered for SAPinsider’s newly launched SAP Experts Program. This is a selective program for SAP experts who are interested in taking time out of their busy schedules to share their expertise and experience for the benefit of business and IT professionals worldwide. In exchange for a few contribution requirements, expert designation in the SAPinsider Community will receive several unique privileges, including complimentary passes to SAPinsider events, invitations to exclusive networking events, complimentary membership to sapinsideronline.com (check out what’s included here), recognition on our soon-to-be-launched Experts website, and more! Inquire about this exciting new program when you submit your idea.
Reason #3 Improve your writing with the guidance of our trained editors and experienced research analysts
Not everyone is born to write; but SAPinsider’s editors were. When you contribute content to SAPinsider you get a chance to work with our trained editors who can offer guidance on writing style and structure, topic scope, and advice for taking your content to the next level. Our team of research analysts will also review your article proposals and content and offer their expert opinion on whether your perspective is properly supported by research, data, and current trends—and how they think you can get there.
Reason #4 Position yourself as a “voice to be heard” in a specific industry or solution area
The ability to share your published content on our platinum website can help you grow your network and demonstrate that your organization is on the leading edge of technology. We encourage content submissions that address the full SAP technology landscape, including topics that address AI and analytics, cloud, customer experience, data management, finance, GRC, human capital management, platform and tools, SAP S/4HANA, supply chain management, and security.
Reason #5 We’ll promote your content!
We like to get social at SAPinsider, and nothing gets us chatting more than informative, quality content. Your article could appear in any number of our social channels, including our weekly newsletter, LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook profiles, and will be published on our website, SAPinsider Online.
How do I submit an article?
First, review the following contribution criteria. Once you have a topic idea, submit your idea using this online form and we’ll get back to you in 1-2 business days!
- The topic you are writing about must have a direct tie to SAP technology and be educational in nature, helping the reader to do one or more of the following:
- Solve a business challenge
- Make a decision
- Understand a new SAP product release or update
- Understand a unique thought leadership perspective
- The content you are submitting (including ideas, screenshots, images, etc.) must be created by you, or a source must be provided for any information, figures, or images that you obtained elsewhere.
- Your content must be created exclusively for SAPinsider and may not appear anywhere else. You may, however, feel free to promote the URL to your content (which links back to SAPinsider’s website).
- Your contribution must be independent and free of advertising statements about products, services or companies.