Frooition Blog Submissions

The Frooition blog is a place for anyone interested in e-commerce to learn. We pride ourselves on the quality of our content. Our writers create original, accurate, engaging content that is free of ethical concerns or conflicts.

Frooition blog accepts drafts from contributing writers who wish to share the insights and advice they have learned with e-commerce entrepreneurs. We make every effort to review every pitch we receive, but due to the volume of submissions, we cannot guarantee that we will publish your content.

If you are interested in contributing to Frooition blog, we ask that you familiarize yourself with our categories and content before submitting articles.

Frooition blog reserves the right to edit articles, blog posts and images at our discretion. Your content may be shared at, on our social platforms and newsletters, as well as on our partner pages. By submitting your content, you acknowledge and agree to this.

If you are a Frooition design client and would like to share a story about your business, Frooition are able to write and publish this for you.

Submission Standards

Frooition blog accepts original content only. All posts must be highly relevant to e-commerce entrepreneurs and should be around 750 to 1,000 words in length. Longer, 2,000 word plus pieces are also welcome and may be published as guides.

If you’re interested in writing for Frooition blog, please email with a brief outline of your article idea.

Frooition Blog Contributor Style Guide

Subject Matter

Frooition blog is written for small to medium sized e-commerce businesses. Any advice pieces for those looking to get started in e-commerce or wanting to grow their business to the next level are welcome.

Subjects cover every aspect of e-commerce business, from trend predictions, to software, marketing and customer retention.


Frooition blog follows AP style; please utilize AP style rules and active voice in all articles submitted to Frooition. Articles and submissions with consistent grammar errors will not be accepted.


Please spellcheck and manually review your work before submitting for editorial consideration.

Colloquial Language

Whilst we welcome articles written in a more open and casual style, any articles with offensive, vulgar or derogatory language will not be published.


Relevant hyperlinks within articles are accepted. However, links should be placed with the aim of helping readers. Links to references should be to highly respected and credited resources. Any links to spam, sales pages or social media pages will be removed.


Contributing authors may submit a feature image along with any article submitted to the Frooition blog. If the image is not original and/or from a free source, please provide any necessary image credit.


  • Subheadings to break up paragraphs, using the most important search phrases from the article.


  • Vague content that appears to be written primarily for search engines, rather than Frooition blog’s target audience
  • Off-topic content (see subject matter)
  • Overly self-promotional articles
  • Plagiarism—if you are found plagiarizing, you will be notified and banned from contributing to Frooition blog.