Project Journal likes to publish guest posts from experts who can provide unique and useful perspectives. This is a great opportunity for our readers to learn from you.

Here are some pointers on how to write a successful post for Project Journal.

  1. Guest columns usually run about 600 – 800 words.
  2. Make a strong, clear argument. Come down on one side of an issue, or advance a theory. We want to stir discussion.
  3. Provide specific examples and true anecdotes to illustrate the points you’re making — the more the better.
  4. Be sure to disclose conflicts of interest, such as partnerships with, or investments in, any companies covered in the story.
  5. Screenshots or infographics help. Make them simple and clear. Include links to the images.

Interested in submitting a guest article to Project Journal? Please head over here.


Project Journal aims to vary its editorial style to include features, how to guides, news, opinions, case studies, question and answer sessions, reviews, letters, fact files etc. The aim of this variety is to offer readers value depending on their available time, preferred reading style and what they want from Project Journal. Articles should maintain a real-world context and be relevant.


Project Journal also welcomes letters from readers; priority is given to letters that further the debates contained on the website. Please note that articles on this website contain the opinions of their authors and not those of Project Journal.