Welcome to the Guest Post Guidelines
We are assuming that you have already gone through our basic guidelines on Write for EdTechReview
, here are some more general guidelines that you must go through before you start writing for EdTechReview. As you already know, we are open to guest posts but only those which are relevant to our site and interests our community. We are interested only in content related to “Education Technology (EdTech) ” which includes the uses, resources, benefits of technology in education. We would be interested to have articles especially on your insights on edtech, your tips for edtech adoption and implementation, or your review of an edtech product, your edtech practices, or various edtech resources, apps and tools you would want the community to know. You must go through the following guidelines very carefully:
If the article matches these requirements we would love to have it on our website. So get going
- Posts should be at least 500 words long.
- An article can not have more than 2 external web-links pointing to the same domain.
- Links included must not be promotional. We reserve the right to remove any links that we feel might be spam.
- Submitted posts are unpaid.
- You’ll have to create an EdTechReview account in order to submit a post. That allows us to give the credits of the article to you.
- You only can have 1 (one) web-link in your bio (under the field “Website”).
- All web-links in the article and author bio (or elsewhere) are of type “no-follow”. As we do not promote “do-follow” links, please do not expect us to offer any.
- By submitting a post for review, you give EdTechReview the right to reject, edit, publish, and share this post.
- You agree not to publish the post anywhere else; however, you may link-back posts on your own site(s) or social media account(s) to your original submitted post on EdTechReview.
- Posts should be formatted for an online audience. (Shorter paragraphs are preferred. Lists are effective too, if it applies to your post.)
- EdTechReview accepts original photos and videos with posts. Contributors must have permission to use any of the images and/or videos they submit. So you can send us the media as an attachment to [email protected] with your article title mentioned in the mail after you submit it.
- As an author, you get listed in on our Authors Page and get a Dedicated Author Page only when you reach a successful contribution count of 8 articles.
- A dedicated Author Page can include a detailed author description, up to 5 web-links and up to 4 social account links (All links are of type “no-follow”).
- In case you required additional links please refer to our advertisement section.
- Under any rights violation upon for any submitted articles, ETR shall not be liable for any rights violations or any such allegation(s).
- We do have the rights to change the title a bit (if required) and remove any link in the article body that we find promotional.
FAQs Q – Can I submit posts that I’ve run on my blog? A –
No. All guest posts for EdTechReview must be your original work and not published on any other site prior to being submitted to us. Also, once content has been published on EdTechReview , it must remain exclusive to EdTechReview.
Q – What’s in it for me? Do you pay guest authors? A –
We do not pay guest authors. The value of becoming a guest blogger for EdTechReview is well beyond any amount we would pay in cash. EdTechReview is a Premier Education Technology Community. People become guest authors for EdTechReview because we are a “must-visit” resource for every educator and learner. We reach thousands of people every day from more than 170 countries across the globe.
Q – Can I put a link to my site in the articles I submit? A –
You can only insert a link only if its contextual with the article content and doesn’t spam the article or annoy the readers. Alternatively, at the end of each guest post, there is a short bio about the author of the article. Here you can have one link to the desired webpage.
Q – What kind of content are you looking for? A –
We are interested only in content related to the use of technology in education. We would be interested to have articles especially on your insights on edtech, your tips for edtech adoption and implementation, or your review of an edtech product, your edtech experiences and practices, or various edtech resources, apps and tools you would want the community to know.
Q – How long do posts need to be? A –
To keep readers engaged and interested, blog posts should fall between 500 and 900 words but there is no limit to the length of a post.
Q – How can i advertise through articles? A –
To advertise through content, we offer a variety of content based ad options. You can find the details here