He is a fantastic question I received from a partner after they read my The new Microsoft Partner Network Community site is now live! post yesterday that I thought I would share here in case any of you are wondering the same thing:

“Thanks for that overview post on the new community site. It looks awesome and the team should be proud! I love the inclusion of the partner blogs in the site since it is always nice to see what others are talking about but what I am wondering is, how can we as a Microsoft partner get our blog included there too so we can share with the rest of the community?”

Here is how you as a Microsoft partner can get your blog submitted for inclusion in the Partner Blogs section of the new Microsoft Partner Network Community site:

From the main page, hover over the “Partner Perspectives” tab and then click on the “Partner Blogs” link when it expands. image
image Once on the Partner Blogs page, we have a link with (1) guidelines regarding blog inclusion and also a link to (2) sign up to have your blog reviewed for inclusion on the Partner Blogs page. I would suggest reading the guidelines, then submitting your blog at the links shown.

That’s about it for submitting your blog for inclusion as a Microsoft partner. So if you think your blog has content that others in the Microsoft partner community would find valuable and helpful, please head on out to the new Microsoft Partner Network Community site and follow the steps listed above to submit your blog for inclusion today.

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