Write for us

We’re always looking for experts to contribute their work on Spreadsheet Point. Generally, we’re looking for people with deep understanding of their subject. You might be a good fit if you’re a financial advisor who relies on spreadsheet formulas to calculate returns or a programmer who wrote an app script that automated a task in your company’s spreadsheet software.

Professionals with expansive knowledge about spreadsheets might include:

  • Data Analysts
  • Financial Planners
  • Project Managers
  • Mathematicians (and math-magicians)

Of course, the list can expand to include anyone who evaluates ROI with a spreadsheet, those tracking THACO on dusty old character sheets, and anyone who built their own business using Excel.

Sound like you? Please reach out to let us know you’re interested!


We take a look at every application that comes in, but we may not be able to respond toe everyone. To make sure we hear about all of your expertise, please submit:

  • A short bio listing your qualifications
  • Your LinkedIn profile
  • Any other social profile where you’re active
  • Any spreadsheet formulas you regularly use
  • What you’re interested in writing about
  • Why you’re the best person to write about it

Before you write: What we look for

While brainstorming what to write about, ask yourself these questions:

  • Will this topic be relevant to Spreadsheet Point’s audience?
  • Will this post offer solutions (that don’t require the purchase of my product)?
  • Am I qualified to write about this topic?
  • What insight can I bring to this topic that nobody else can?
  • Is the content already covered on the blog?

When in doubt, get in touch with us for any questions at info@spreadsheetpoint.com

Note: We want content from individuals who have industry-level experience with Google Sheets tips, hacks, advice, and relevant areas only. If you feel you have something worthy to share please do not hesitate to reach out, we may take you up on your offer!

Terms and condition

If you submit a post (content) to Spreadsheet Point, you are entirely responsible for the content of, and any harm resulting from that content. This Content can include text, graphics, audio files, or computer software.

By submitting Content to Spreadsheet Point you guarantee that:

  • The content does not infringe proprietary rights, such as copyright, trademark, etc.
  • If your employer has rights to intellectual property you create, you have permission from your employer to post this content
  • Your content doesn’t contain harmful or destructive content
  • Your content doesn’t violate the privacy or publicity rights of any third parties

By submitting content to Spreadsheet Point for inclusion on our blog, you grant Spreadsheet Point a worldwide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, modify, adapt, and publish the Content solely to display, distribute, and promote. Spreadsheet Point reserves the right to erase or change the content without prior notice.

Without limiting any of those representations or warranties, Spreadsheet Point has the right (though not the obligation) to, at Spreadsheet Point’s sole discretion, refuse or remove any content.