ConvertFlow is a conversion tool for ecommerce marketers. While we understand there are multiple factors that go into a brand's digital success, readers of our blog expect us to specifically talk about website conversion ideas, tactics, and strategies. If you can't find a conversion angle for your post, we're probably not interested.
Right now, we're interested in real-life stories and teardowns of successful ecommerce brands' online conversion strategies.
For inspiration, here are a couple of our favorite teardowns:
No, your post must go through a full editorial process before being accepted for publication—including topic ideation, writing, and editing.
What does the process from pitch to publication look like?
If you have an idea, submit your pitch. We'll get back to you via email within about 2 weeks to move things forward. Due to the volume of responses we receive, we can only respond to pitches we want to move forward with.
Once your pitch is approved, you'll write a full outline complete with headers and your main points so we can align on direction before moving to the full draft
When the full draft is complete, we'll provide feedback and edits to ensure it's in line with out blog's style
Note: Agreeing on a topic and approving an outline does not a guarantee we will publish your post. If outlines or first drafts are too far off our initial quality guidelines, we reserve the right to pass on final publication.
How long does the publication process take?
Once a draft has been approved, you can typically expect your post to go live 4-6 weeks. We'll update you when it's been published.
How can I increase my chance of publication?
Review and follow the guidelines above before pitching
Fill out the pitch submission form fully
Follow our editorial guidelines to ensure you’re meeting our style expectations and speaking to the ConvertFlow audience
Do you blog swap or write for other sites?
Sometimes. It depends on the capacity of our content team at the time of your request. But if the project is worth it, we can make it work. Email email@example.com for more information.