Write Articles for Us
Whether you're an experienced educator, an enthusiastic novice, or simply a lover of learning, we believe your voice deserves to be heard. As part of our commitment to fostering a vibrant and diverse educational community, we're thrilled to offer this platform to share your educational journey, innovative strategies, or thought-provoking insights.
Remember, your words have the power to inspire, to challenge, and to effect real change! So why not put them to work? Your fresh perspectives could be exactly what our readers need to spark their next big idea.
Are you ready to join the EduMatch conversation and make your mark on the world of education? Fantastic! Simply read the directions below for more information on how to submit your guest post.
EduMatch Blog Post Submission Guidelines
Thank you for your interest in contributing to EduMatch as a guest blogger! We appreciate your passion for education and look forward to potentially sharing your insights with our community. To ensure consistency and quality, please follow the guidelines below when submitting your post:
Content & Length
Your blog post should provide valuable insights, ideas, or experiences related to education. It should not be a promotional piece for a product or service. The post must have a minimum of 700 words.
Please ensure that your submission is your final copy. It should be fully edited, proofread, and revised before submission. If the piece requires substantial edits, it may be returned to you for revision.
Please include a brief author biography, no more than 100 words, at the end of your post. This bio can include links to your personal website or social media profiles. Also, attach a high-quality headshot of yourself.
We only accept original content. The blog post must not have been published elsewhere, online or in print.
References and Links
If your post includes data, research, or quotes, please ensure they are accurately referenced. Links should be included directly in the text.
Your submission should be sent as a Word doc or shared Google doc. Please use headings and subheadings to structure your content, making it easier for readers to engage with.