According to the site, “The goal of Inbound.org is to prevent great content from the world of inbound marketing from going unnoticed. There’s an amazing community of bloggers, marketers and enthusiasts passionate about non-paid channels like SEO, social media, content marketing, conversion rate optimization, etc. and we believe they deserve a site where sharing great content is controlled by them.” There are nineteen categories for content, ranging from specific topics such as SEO, to more general categories such as Industry News.
Since launch, according to Rand Fishkin there have been 1,504 posts submitted, of which 197 made home page, and 20 trashed as spam. The site makes a strong point of submitting quality content in order to ward off spam, so keep this in mind as you post articles.
Anyone with a Twitter account to register for the site, submit content and comment on submissions. You can also place a bookmarklet in your browser, and a share button was also independently created.