Writing for the ANLP Website There are various ways in which ANLP members can contribute to the website, in addition to the content they include in their own Member profile. Back to Members How To Guides Share Tweet LinkedIn Pin There are various ways in which ANLP members can contribute to the website, in addition to the content they can include in their own Member profile. NB: The positive intention underlying all website content, especially articles submitted by members, is to engage with the public and those new to NLP, so they can better understand how NLP can be used in various situations to achieve a positive outcome. We offer some basic guidelines to empower you to get your content included on the ANLP website: Guest Blogs We often request blogs from members covering a specific topic or theme to fit with our social media campaigns. Blog Guidelines: Add a short title to your blog Add your name at the top of the blog, so we can link it with you when we add it to the website Stay on topic and base your article on personal experience (self or clients), rather than theory Blog style can be more informal and 'chatty' - you can write in the first person. 500 words maximum - ideally 300 - 350. Remember the intention of any artiicle published by ANLP (see boxed reminder above)! Knowledge Base Articles We do sometimes repurpose blog submissions or request specific contributions to our Knowledge Base, so we can build a body of articles about a specific area of NLP. Knowledge Base Guidelines: Add a short title to your article Add your name at the top of the article, so we can link it with you when we add it to the website Use your article to promote NLP and the benefits it can bring to the topic/situation you are discussing Knowledge Base style can be more formal and informative - write in the third person. 800 words maximum. Remember the intention of any artiicle published by ANLP (see boxed reminder above)! Case Studies Of course, all members have an opportunity to submit their success stories, in the form of Case Studies. You can access the Case Studies module from your Member dashboard. There is a template for all case studies, which asks a series of questions, designed to guide you through the process of quickly and easily documenting your case study/success story. Case Study Guidelines Answer the questions! (NB maximum 200 words for each question) Use your case study to promote NLP and the benefits it can bring to the topic/situation you are sharing Case Study style can be either informal or formal - it reads best when written from the perspective of the client. If you include your own image, please ensure it is copyright free. We will source an image when none is provided. Remember the intention of any case study published by ANLP (see boxed reminder above)!