Write For Us – Contribute To InformED

August 1st, 2012 3 Comments

InformED is always thrilled to feature new voices. If you have the goods, we’ll help you spread the word.

To be eligible, you must meet all of these requirements. These requirements are harsh because we want to give our guest posters maximum value for the effort they put in.

Here are 10 points that you must adhere to:


  1. You must have something new to say. This is the most important factor of all. Posts that recycle old concepts will be rejected. Your ideas must be original in every sense of the word: previously unpublished, insightful and counter-intuitive, and designed to make your reader think differently.
  2. Post length can range from 800 to 2,000 words or longer.
  3. Post format varies with post type. We publish long-form features, top 25+ lists, interviews, guides, Op-Eds, and short informative pieces.
  4. Keep paragraphs short. Break down your posts with sub-headlines. Maximise readability.
  5. Every claim you make must be backed up, with links to your sources. Please ensure your sources are reliable and authoritative.
  6. This blog is for anyone interested in learning about learning. This includes educators, students, individuals, and organisations who wish to stay up-to-date with the latest scientific findings and educational trends. Please pitch your ideas accordingly.


  1. If you’d like a link, your website must be related to education, brain science, or career strategy.
  2. The website you’ll be pointing your link to must already be well-established.
  3. Only one link is allowed, with your brand name as anchor text. If your “brand name” is “credit cards” or any other “keywords”, please don’t bother.


  1. Suggest at least two images from Flickr’s creative commons. Or, if you want to buy a stock photo for the post, go ahead. Just make sure we have the rights to use it.

Sound good?

Send 3 topic ideas to saga.briggs@gmail.com

Please note that due to the high volume of pitches we receive, we may not be able to respond to all guest post enquiries. If you’ve got what we’re looking for, you’ll hear from us.

3 Responses

  1. Lori Wade says:

    Dear Editor,
    I am writing you to apply for the contribution to opencolleges.edu.au I am very interested in topics about which you write on your blog, and I have a few good ideas on this subject. Thus I am eager to share my experience with your audience, sure they will have a ton of value from it!
    Currently, I’ve been working on a few topics that I think will come in handy to your readers.
    1) Rich Vocabulary – An Indicator Of The Intellectual Development Of Man
    2) How To Be Resourceful In Dispute / Art Of Verbal Attack
    3) 6 Mistakes Of Leader, Or What Prevents You Become A Boss?
    If you are interested in any of them, let me know and I’ll write a good article for you. Anyway If you have a topic that will be a perfect fit for you just now I am willing to hear from you for working on it.
    Thank you for your time and consideration!

    Looking forward to hearing from you!
    Best regards,
    Lori Wade

  2. My name is Adrienne McGuire and I’m a professional freelance writer/blogger. My client, Samsill, wants to reach out to your readers via a guest post.

    I have been writing professionally for 10 years, and 5 years ago I quit my corporate job in order to write full time. Prior to having my children 13 years ago, I taught 4th grade for 7 years. I have many samples of my writing; two are linked here:



    Thank you, and I eagerly await your reply!

  3. Valeria says:

    My name is Valeria Sanders.
    In 2013 I have graduated university NYU Journalism with bachelor’s degree in journalism. Since 2011, I have been in the business of content distribution and blogging. I have grown to be an expert in the field of writing and text editing. Currently employed by noplag.com where I help them with their blog. Also, recently began writing my local school newspaper. I would be happy to help you with your blogs, articles or other writing jobs. I recently read posts of yours and I would love the opportunity to share an article with you and your audience. What do you think, is this opportunity we could explore? The article is about should teachers and students be ‘friends’ in social media. If you are interested in my article, I will wait for a feedback from you!
    Thank you!

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