The Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association (RPOA) is the most highly trafficked digital destination specifically for recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) online. It’s like being at a conference completely focused on RPO attended by over 10,000 people every single month. As a content contributor, you’ll have access to a growing and attentive audience of HR industry professionals.
If you’d like to submit a guest post, we’d like to briefly get to know you first. Fill out the form on the left. Tell us who you are and what your credentials are as an HR expert.
To qualify as a guest blogger for the RPOA, you need to have credible experience and/or knowledge in the HR, recruiting, or recruitment process outsourcing industry.
Our readers are made primarily of RPO providers, HR leaders, and business decision makers interested in talent acquisition topics in general and recruitment process outsourcing in particular.
It is important that the content on the RPO Post is high-quality and original. Your article should be a minimum of 750 words (not including your short bio at the end). We won’t accept guest posts that have been submitted and/or appeared elsewhere.
Additionally, our audience trusts us to provide credible information. Your article should include at least 2-3 credible primary or secondary sources to show you've done your homework.
The RPO Post isn’t a place for advertising your products or services, therefore guest posts should be non-promotional. Guest posts should be written by individuals (not companies) and be free of affiliate links. The only promotional links we allow are in the author’s bio at the bottom of your post. When it comes to writing your guest post, avoid being overly personal (we aren’t a personal blog) and try to stay away from controversial topics like politics, religion, etc.
Any images you submit must be free of copyright or trademark infringement, and all credit must be given to the owner or the creator.
We want to give our readers a range of depth on topics including:
Submission doesn’t guarantee that you will be published.
Any written work submitted to the RPO Post is owned by the Recruitment Process Outsourcing Association and must not be republished without permission.
If you meet our author requirements, we’ll reply with additional details regarding timing and submission of your article. If you’re not selected, we’ll try to get back to you with an explanation as to why. Be patient!
Any content published on rpoassociation.org will be covered by the Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 3.0 license.