Become a Guest Poster on the TOPS Blog

Publish your article on the TOPS CAM Blog

Do you want to be famous? Popular? Rich? (Good luck with that!)

But if you want to be published in the TOPS CAM Blog, you've come to the right place!

The CAM Blog is a blog for, by and about community management professionals. If you are a community association management professional, or feel you've got something to contribute that would be meaningful to this market, we'd love to publish your article on the CAM Blog. Here's what you need to know:


  • The topic must be relevant to the community association management industry. 
  • The article may not have been published in print or online media in the past or future.
  • The article cannot promote any products or service directly, even TOPS.


  • Articles should be at least 600 words. There is no maximum limit, although very long articles may be broken into multiple postings.
  • It is not necessary to include images or other media with the article (we will create images for you), but if you do wish to provide media, these items must be copyright free or under a Creative Commons license. All media must be properly atributed to the author.
  • TOPS reserves the right to edit and alter any submitted articles.
  • Any links included in your post must be relevant. All links will be set to 'Nofollow' status in compliance with Google standards.


  • Along with your article, you will need to include a bio that will be printed at the bottom of your guest post. This bio should include any links you wish to include. This is your chance to promote yourself, so feel free to link your blog, company, product, or anything else you would like to promote.
  • In addition to releasing your article to our subscriber network, your article will be promoted across all of TOPS social media network connections. If you have social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Google+) please include the account names with your article submission.

If all of this sounds good to you, please fill in the form to the right to pitch your idea. We'll contact you to discuss your idea and talk about getting your article on the CAM Blog!


Note that all submissions must meet the guidelines listed above, be relevant to our audience, and compliant with all Google algorithm guidelines. Articles may be rejected at the discretion of the editors.

Tell us Your Pitch!