Want to be published on the Muck Rack Blog? Send us a pitch!

Want to be published on the Muck Rack Blog? Send us a pitch!

Want to have your byline published on the Muck Rack blog? Now's your chance!

In our never-ending quest to make Muck Rack the go-to resource for media and communication professionals, it's time once again to open our doors to new guest bloggers.

Muck Rack loves posts written by journalists, PR, marketing, social media and communications professionals. Our writers aren’t afraid to be daring, take an unpopular stance, showcase their personalities and share ideas that make our readers look at the communications industry in a new way.

Here are some of the awesome benefits of writing for Muck Rack:

  • Your post gets shared on our social media channels, reaching an audience more than 44,000 people strong. 
  • Your posts is included in the popular Muck Rack Daily e-newsletter, distributed to more than 30,000 journalists, PR pros and media executives every weekday and every other Sunday.
  • You get a two-sentence bio at the end of your post with a link to your Muck Rack profile and 1-2 links to your own
    blog, website or social media accounts.

Want to get started? Be sure to carefully read our submission guidelines, check out some of our most popular posts and get brainstorming!

Ready to go? Pitch your post idea to me at jessica.lawlor@muckrack.com. Be sure to allow 5-7 days for a response to your pitch. Can't wait to see your ideas!

Jessica Lawlor is the features editor for the Muck Rack blog. She is a communications professional, writer, personal branding expert and speaker in the Philadelphia area. After six years in the corporate PR world, Jessica left her job to run her own communications agency, blog/brand and teach yoga. She blogs at JessicaLawlor.com about getting gutsy: stepping outside your comfort zone to reach your goals and live a life that makes you truly happy.

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