Guest Blogging Guidelines

Share your perspectives, inspire discussion, and connect with like-minded individuals. Build your profile within our growing community of data scientists by contributing to our blog today. We welcome guest submissions, and there’s always the possibility become a frequent contributor to the blog.

Read the guidelines below to get a better idea of the type of content we’re looking to publish. Then get in touch!

Our objective: The DatSci Awards is all about demonstrating and celebrating the power of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence in driving real business, educational and social outcomes. Our blog shares tips, tactics and strategies about how to secure a Data Science role, interviews with leading experts, information about our upcoming awards event, industry news, case studies, research and exciting updates within the fields of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence.

Our audience: Our community is made up of action-oriented individuals who want to change the world through the use of analytics, artificial intelligence, data science & big data. They’re focused on the latest technological changes in the industry and want to be kept aware of any innovations, players and challenges shaping the world as we know it.

Topic approval: If you’d like to write for the DatSci Awards blog, send our editor (email address is at the bottom of this page) your topic idea. Please include a synopsis of what the blog post will be about.

Our link policy: We are happy to link back to our writers’ own websites and/or LinkedIn profiles. We also appreciate internal links to some of our content.

Style and formatting advice: Once you receive topic approval, please follow the tips below when you write your blog:

1) Be clear in what you want to say (short sentences work wonders)

2) Break up text with headings

3) Include bullet points

4) Average posts are 1,000 – 1,5000 words

Our re-posting policy: We ask our writers to submit unique and original content for the DatSci Awards blog. Once we have published your post, you’re welcome to share and post the DatSci Awards link on your social media profiles or personal website. In fact, we encourage it!

The DatSci Awards editor
Emma Quinn
emma.quinn[at]datsciawards[dot]com