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Don’t link to any websites which offer the same services as we do. Your blog content should be 100% original and unpublished. Our blog editors have all rights to edit your guest article if any editorial amendments are needed. The article must be in original form and should not be published elsewhere. Make sure that you supply a company logo with your article, as well as your full name, job title, and brand name.


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In most cases, all a customer is looking for in an email are quick ways to get their issue resolved. So what you need to do is be considerate, value their time, offer clear solutions, and last but not the least, answer all of their questions in one go. If you are still unable to meet that timeline, it’s best to let the customer know about it upfront. Let them know that you are working on it and when they can expect a reply from you.

Theory is fine but it’ll be great if you can show our readers how to implement an idea in real life. If you’re a professional writer and think you can create great articles for us, contact us with some previous writing samples. We maintain an active presence on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest. All your articles will be shared via these networks for additional exposure.

If you reference specific products or services, link to the pages where they’re described in detail. At the end of your About Us page, include a link to your Contact page so visitors can take the next step in the buying process. If you have read all of the stuff we said so far, it’s time to put pen to paper and get those ideas flowing. And as a last note — submit your content as a link to your Google Doc. Are you a professional with a unique viewpoint on the customer data platform market? We accept high-quality posts that help our audience learn about the CDP market, its vendors, applications, use cases, and related technologies and tools.

If you’ve got an idea that will challenge our readers and move our industry forward, we want to hear about it. But you don’t always need an idea that will re-imagine the contact center. Just aim to bring readers a fresh perspective on a topic that you’re enthusiastic about or that’s keeping you up at night. In customer service, a lot of customer interactions happen over email.

The details you provide in your copy will serve as proof, making your claims more memorable and believable. Think of your meetings and phone calls with customers. Answer the questions they most frequently ask, avoiding bold claims that sound too good to be true. Perhaps it’s your professional credentials such as your education, licenses, awards and depth of experience. In that case, lead with specifics that speak to your qualifications and will give you instant credibility in their eyes.

We want real-world stories, lessons learned, and actionable ideas to succeed in sales and customer relations. On top of that, we want to drive engagement and vivid discussions around your piece. We keep our standards high and try to make the best evergreen content in our niche. Are you an author with a fresh perspective? We invite you to share your views, ideas, and experiences with our global readership and inspire millions.

We’ll be all kinds of thankful if you keep the sales pitch out of the story. It’s good to be serious and love the things you do. But it’s most effective when you talk about it in a casual yet knowledgeable style.

At MageComp, we are always in search of new contributors. If you are an expert content writer and searching to showcase your content online then you can submit your article here. If you are interested, then you can submit a guest post using the below-given form.

Please also include the URL for your site as part of the enquiry. Nevertheless, irrelevant links will be removed. Our audience is made of entrepreneurs and business professionals who look for actionable tips and insights on how to improve and grow their businesses. They either run or work at startups, scaling small businesses or well-positioned medium companies.