You are currently visiting the Blog, to visit the Peer-Reviewed Journal click here

A Blog on Blogging!

Audra QuinnBest Blog Practices

  1. Timely: The more relevant your topic to current events, the more hits you will receive.
  2. Valuable: Entries should promote knowledge, add insight, and provide valuable links to your readers.
  3. Concise: Every blog entry doesn’t need to be a 600-word essay. You can post photos, videos, links, PDFs, or anything that you think adds value to the blog and your readers.
  4. Regular: We aim for one new blog post a week. Consistently putting out quality content will keep readers returning and over time it will help build a community.
  5. Engaging: The blog offers a little room for personality! Let yours shine through. And don’t forget to solicit feedback!

Not sure what to blog about?

  • Write about what you are passionate about – your field! Your passion will come through in your writing and make it engaging, no matter how technical or specific the topic.
  • Your research. Give us a sneak peek of what you are working on.
  • Current events, and how they relate to business practitioners.
  • A narrative about a personal experience and how it relates to any topic in business/management.
  • Your in-class Eureka! moments

How to Get Started

E-mail me at to let me know a basic idea, format and timeframe in which you would like to publish.

Submit any necessary text – A Word document is great, but even text in the body of an e-mail will do!  Also, send images or let me know what type of image you’d like to include.

I will do any necessary editing for GBR style purposes and post the blog under your name.

Author of the article
Graziadio Business Review
Graziadio Business Review is an online journal that delivers relevant business information and analysis for business, government, and non-profit managers. From accounting and finance to ethics and work/life balance, the Graziadio Business Review extends current business debates in new directions that you can use to advance your business and professional career.
More from The GBR Blog