We are always looking for new authors. If you’ve got an interesting idea that will inspire our readers, we want to hear about it. You don’t need to wait for that amazingly unique idea that will revolutionise the world of fashion. Just bring a fresh view about something readers want to learn more about it.
What are the benefits?
Writing for us can be quite rewarding. Once you are accepted, we will be sure to extensively share your featured article on social media. You also get the chance to receive extensive feedback from our editorial team, and you will work closely with one of our editors on revisions.
It’s also very rewarding to be published on our website. Thousands of your readers (and potential employers and clients) will read your work, and you’ll also learn a lot in the process—about communicating your ideas, about writing, and even about the topic you thought you already knew so well when you started.
What we’re looking for?
You are welcome to submit a rough draft, a partial draft, or even a short pitch (a paragraph or two summarizing your idea for the article and why it matters to our readers) paired with an outline. Quite obviously, the more complete your submission is, the better feedback we can give you. Keep in mind that we only accept original content—we do not publish anything that’s been published elsewhere.
For an article you’ve already written it must be:
- Accurate and factual: This is the #1 most important rule for our site. If what you submit isn’t factual, and is not well researched, it won’t get accepted.
- Educational and entertaining: it should bring something interesting, a historical event, or the like, while not reading like a dictionary.
- Written by you, and you alone, with none of it plagiarized from somewhere else. Note that we always double check this before accepting an article.
- It’s fresh content, that has never been published elsewhere, on the web, or in any other form of Not published elsewhere on the web.
For an article pitch, please include:
- The interesting topic you’ll be covering and what angle you plan to take.
- The title you think would work best for the article. We might make suggestions for a change in title.
- A rough estimate of what you think the length of the article will be.
- Any relevant information about yourself and your experience level. If you are on Twitter, send us your Twitter handle.
NOTE: We will not accept typical guest posts with shallow content, just for the sake of exchanging a backlinke. Please, only submit your pitch if you are genuinely interested in writing original articles for our website. All unauthentic submissions are going to be ignored.
Submit Your Pitch
In order to get your idea into our hands, please use the form below. Remember, the more complete your pitch, the higher are the chances that we are going to consider it.
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We are constantly receiving ideas from a variety of authors from all over the world. We also have our own editorial team who are also working on producing a variety of ideas at any particular time. If by any chance, we reject your article, but then you find something similar published in our website, rest assured, that we didn’t steal your idea, but it just happen that another writer, or even our editorial team, has been working on a similar idea before you submit yours. With that said, you can also rest assured that if we like your idea, and your article is well written, you will definitely welcome it.
If your article submission is accepted, and you agree to sell it to us, you are also agreeing that this website and its parent company has the full right to publish your article and that you are the article of that article. Furthermore, you agree that once your submitted article is published on our website, the parenting company becomes the sole owner of all copyright, publishing and other rights related to the article’s content. We will, of course, give credit where credit’s due when we publish the article, but our legal adviser says we have to have these rights in order to publish it in the first place to avoid potential legal problems down the road.