Please include clear headings, subheadings, and contextual images/gifs where appropriate – along with captions for each. This however requires some work – so please read the guidelines below until the very end. Define your own content structure, and design with real data. Your submission has been received and we will follow-up with you.
Articles may be casual in tone and content or written more formally. If you do not follow the instructions your message will be immediately deleted. Do not bother contacting us if your guest post is not about history. Write in a style that’s appealing to our audience; they don’t want to read essays. Informative, data-driven articles and “how to” guides work best. Once you submit your article to us, we will review and make suggestions for any required changes.
Food Tank is looking for creative writers and journalists who can produce high-quality content! Professional writers and editors, as well as passionate wordsmiths with experience in food justice, food policy, nutrition, and sustainable agriculture, are encouraged to apply. This is a remote opportunity and international topics are also encouraged. We have two types of writing opportunities at Food Tank including paid freelance articles and unpaid guest articles. While we fully acknowledge that we are a collective in the business of marketing content, we do not accept articles focused on freelancing, or on online or content marketing . If you are going to pitch a piece related to either of these topics, pleasemake sure it has a very unique and quality-focused take.
And our blog is a reputable library of information and insights where they can learn and share best practices. Well, you just might have what it takes to write for Today I Found Out. If you’re interested, you can either send us a proposed article that you’ve already written or send us a pitch for one you think would be a good fit for Today I Found Out. We publish original articles on topics of interest to students, writers, and writing teachers. We don’t approve most of the submissions and pitches that come through.
We publish peer-reviewed articles on matters of interest to students, writers, and writing teachers. As such, we do not accept most pitches with a content marketing or freelancing focus. Those pieces absolutely have worth and interest, but fit better on other sites and with other publications.
We have a wealth of different categories, so please pick one topic. And make it interesting and relevant to that target audience. Articles should be between 1000 – 2000 words. You can send in shorter ones only if you have a highly specific topic. Our blog caters to growth marketers, entrepreneurs, agencies, and brands from e-commerce, with a focus on growth hacking, word-of-mouth marketing, and going viral.
I am very impressed by your content… Thanks for sharing such informational content. We do not accept Individual profiles of any startup founder unless or until they are well recognized and is a well-known household name. Receiving an assignment is not a guarantee of publication. Make sure not to violate copyright when using images. Images and videos are encouraged, as they make the article look further enticing to the reader. We reserve the right to reject content that does not fit our criteria.
After all, we are about crafting your content here, not just spitting it out and spamming it. Please read through all the guidelines to learn how to submit a piece that has a better chance of acceptance. We will publish all articles which meet the above guidelines but reserve the right to decline articles which we do not feel meet the guidelines. We also reserve the right to adjust articles where necessary to help improve the reader’s experience. We welcome individual writers and bloggers to write for us and contribute high-quality content to the Leave Dates blog. We’re looking for industry professionals who are passionate to submit thought leadership articles to our blog.
We aren’t looking for how-to quick guides or marketing hacks. If you are going to pitch us about how to do something, include considerations for the actual writing. We aren’t looking to Optimize Social Media Updates or Sell Your First 50K eBooks. Well, we are if you are going to explain more about the writing involved, the mindset and perspective, the craft of it.
All submissions are peer reviewed as described below. Beyond the classroom,Writing Commonsis the go to source for professionals inworkplace writingsettings. Oh, and we pay; $ per article, depending on the length/topic/quality. It isn’t about the actual style and skill, it is about the obvious lack of effort and thought.