Write for Kilobox

Writing and CommunicatingKilobox Communiqué focuses on communications, especially internal communications and employee engagement, along with channel management and intranet development within the digital workspace. Your contributions are vital to providing a rounded and expanded view of the state of comms.

Please tweet me (I’m Wedge) to discuss your article, and please consider the new pointers below for crafting a concise article with impact.

Kilobox writing template – Heading: 55 characters max, including spaces

Who? What? Where? When? Why? How?Excerpt – for the home page and for tweeting: fewer than 27 words
Body – first half: 250 – 350 words


Body – second half: 350 – 250 words


Bio (including Twitter, website, photo)

Writing tips (purely for the Kilobox site)

  • Be conversational but use short sentences.
  • Make good use of paragraphs.
  • Provide context but launch straight into your idea in the opening paragraph.
  • Link to web pages to provide evidence, context, definitions and examples.
  • End with a call to action; readers should not only be informed by your article, but inspired to act.
  • Don’t actually count your words; please write ‘around’ 600 words with a sub-heading in the middle.
  • If you have an idea for a long-form essay, then great! Please use sub-headings throughout.
  • Don’t dumb your writing down just to adhere to ‘simple communication rules’ – use your voice to imbue the article with personality and verve. Don’t be boring.
  • Email me your text, or draft it in Google Drive, or whatever is easiest for you.

A good deal of the Kilobox blogsite is given over to tips on writing good communications for varied audiences; however the above tips are purely for contributing writers for the Kilobox blogsite itself. I wish to provide a rich yet succinct reading experience to casual, mobile, and professional visitors.

Please tweet or mail me with your idea.

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