Guest blogging for MuleSoft

August 31 2016

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MuleSoft Guest Blog

We get requests from time to time about guest blogging at MuleSoft. Here is an official post about it if you are interested in submitting a guest post.

Should you

Of course! You have valuable insights and content and we want to help you share that information with others.

Some benefits include:

  • Thousands of readers will get to read and interact with your ideas
  • Be recognized together with the leader in API-led connectivity powered by our Anypoint Platform
  • Network with our team and developers
  • A link to your website

Ideas of topics we write and accept

  • APIs
  • Integration
  • How-tos and tutorials
  • Digital transformation
  • Legacy modernization
  • Current events in the API and integration space
  • Other relevant topics

Basic rules and guidelines when submitting a post

  • We prefer the length of the post to have a minimum of 500 words.
  • We will accept a link to your blog or website, but will not help promote the selling of any products and services.
  • Content must be unique to maintain high-quality standards. We don’t want duplicate content posted to multiple sources.
  • MuleSoft will own the content and retain the copyright to all blog posts and pictures posted.

More questions? We will have more details for you when you contact us about your post!

How to submit a guest post

Email MuleSoft blog’s point of contact, [email protected], with the following information:

  • Who are you?
  • What is your expertise?
  • Example of other content you’ve written
  • Submit minimum of 3 headlines for us to choose from
  • Outline of your guest post

We look forward to your submission!


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One Response to “Guest blogging for MuleSoft”

  1. Hi, I am a Enterprise Content Management solutions expert for Paragon Solutions (www.consultparagon.com), we are actively pursuing a partnership with MuleSoft for various tools. Paragon is partner with several companies, my specialties are EMC products.

    I am currently working on proof of concept MuleSoft integrations with Documentum using the Anypoint platform for integrations with 3 EMC products:

    EMC Documentum Suite
    EMC InfoArchive (structured and unstructured data archiving)
    EMC Captiva

    All three products have REST apis.

    I have blogged on http://www.consultparagon.com (business oriented blogs) and on paulsundqusit.wordpress.com (more technical blogs)

    The three guest blogs I would like to contribute would integrate the above products:

    1) Using MuleSoft to publish content from Documentum to Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and a dozen other web applications.

    2) Scanning to Archive: Use MuleSoft to send documents from EMC Captiva to EMC InfoArchive for retrieval and retention.

    3) Archiving Applications using MuleSoft and EMC InfoArchive

    I am open to other similar suggestions as well, based on interest from EMC customers or existing MuleSoft customers that are trying to integrate with ECM tools.

    Thank you,
    Paul Sundquist
    [email protected]

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