Write for us

Being a large spreadsheet site, we get dozens of inbound requests for guest posts all the time who aren’t quite the right fit for our site.  In general, if you are an individual who meets our guidelines we are more than welcomed to accept your contribution to our site. We publish posts about (you guessed it) Google Sheets and ways to better use this software. 

Our Guidelines

  • We’ll only accept original content that wasn’t published anywhere else. Additionally, it needs to pass the Copyscape checker in order to be published on our blog.
  • Minimum 800 words but we like 1000+ words.
  • The post should be aimed at business managers, HR coordinators, remote workers, freelancers, and company owners who use Google Sheets.
  • The tone should be conversational, positive, and fit with the voice of our other blog posts.
  • You should provide a short description which will be visible below the headline, 2-3 sentences will work.
  • Feel free to use headings, sub-headings, bullet points, and numbered lists
  • The goal of our blog is to educate our audience, thus your posts should be educational rather than promotional.
  • If you wish, you can include images you want to be in the post, however, the main image will be created by our Design team to ensure visual consistency.
    Please note that images should be of high quality.
  • Any added links which seem spammy or overly promotional will be edited to our discretion unless previously discussed.
  • All posts should end with a short conclusion, and you can choose the title.

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 should either have permission from your employer to post this content
  • The content does not install any viruses, worms, malware, Trojan horses, or other harmful or destructive content
  • The content is not spam, machine-generated, or containing any unethical or unwanted commercial content designed to drive traffic to third-party sites or boost SEO of other sites, or to further unlawful acts, or mislead recipients as to the source of the material.
  • The content is not pornographic, does not include treats, or incites violence. Additionally, the content must not violate the privacy or publicity rights of any third parties.
  • Your post is not advertised through unwanted electronic messages, like purchased email lists and other unsolicited promotional methods
  • Your blog is not named in a manner that misleads readers into thinking you are another person or an organization

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 for the purpose of displaying, distributing, and promoting your blog. Spreadsheet Point reserves the right to erase the content from the website without prior notice.

Without limiting any of those representations or warranties, Spreadsheet Point has the right (though not the obligation) to, in Spreadsheet Point sole discretion refuse or remove any content that, in Spreadsheet Point reasonable opinion, violates any policies or is in any way harmful, objectionable or not fitting to Spreadsheet Point website.