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The eLama platform helps advertisers save time collecting data and automate mundane tasks such as reporting and monitoring.
Our blog's primary goal is to educate both professional and novice advertisers by offering them unique and straightforward solutions to the PPC challenges they face.
If you are interested in PPC and looking for guidance on paid ads, analytics, and digital marketing, this is your in-depth source of information. Please review our previously published posts to get acquainted with our topic focus.
We accept articles from contributors in the following categories:
- PPC (paid search, paid social, display ads, video ads)
- Analytics (Google Analytics, Power BI, Google Data Studio tips and best practices)
- Digital Marketing
- Startup marketing & growth
- Digital agencies best practices
A few important notes:
- We don't accept articles or stories that are already published on Medium.
- We don't accept content that has already been published on another website.
- Please do NOT contact us about link-swapping blog posts or sponsored posts.
If you want to publish your article in our blog and we've approved your request by email, your article must meet the following requirements:
- Submit your post via Google Documents only
- Minimum article length – 800 words
- The article should be original content, exclusive to our blog, and not plagiarized by any means.
- Back up everything with facts and data
- Please do not use stock images
- Articles cannot be promotional or advertorial in nature
- Articles solely for the purpose of link building will not be accepted
If you're interested in writing for the eLama blog, please send an email to [email protected] with the following:
- A short bio (2-3 sentences).
- Links to your Twitter, website, and LinkedIn
- URL of previously published article/articles
- 2–3 topic ideas you want to write on
We reserve the right to unlist any article published on the eLama blog without notice to the author if they fail to abide by our guidelines and policies.