Thank you for your interest in contributing to Eurolinguiste. Our articles provide language learners with the insight, tools, and advice they need to acquire their next language. To submit content, please use the contact form at the end of this page. Please review the submission criteria prior to sending in any materials.
We would love to feature content from the members of our community. We ask that guest contributors submit articles that fall within certain criteria so that they align with the goals of Eurolinguiste as an educative resource.
- Posts can be reviews of any of the following language learning materials: textbooks, podcasts, games, websites, or events. We also accept certain travel-related reviews. The review cannot be of your own product. Example: Our review of FluentU.
- Posts can provide advice on certain aspects of language learning including time management, careers, study techniques, etc. If you opt to write an advice piece, the information included should be realistic and can be implemented into the readers’ language learning practices. If possible, include real-life examples of how you yourself have applied the advice that you have given. Example: Cases | What This Word Means for Language Learners
- Posts can provide advice on certain aspects of travel including city guides, restaurants, travel activities, budget travel, etc. If you opt to write a travel advice piece, the information included should be realistic and feasible for readers. If possible, include real life examples of how you yourself have applied the advice that you have given. Example: The House of Alexandre Dumas | Chateau Monte Cristo
- Writing should be targeted to DIY language learners. Example: Use What You Know | A Language Hacking Guide
- We encourage the use of videos, photos, screenshots and other visual content within your posts. We also love posts with resources that can be used by our readers such as guides or checklists that can be attached as downloads. Example: Top 8 Language Learning Resources I Actually Use
- Guest posts for Eurolinguiste are written on an exchange basis. If you write for me, I’d love for you to consider me writing for you!
In addition, we do not accept submissions that fall into the following categories:
- Posts that are not organized or that are not clear.
- Posts that are clearly used for self-promotion and do not provide valuable content to the readers.
- Articles that have already been published on other sites, in print, or used as school papers.
- Posts that contain derogatory content or are overtly negative. We do not expect every review to be positive, but we will not accept articles that clearly “bash” language products or learners.
- Articles that you have not written yourself or included the copyright content of any third party.
- There is no strict word count, but we request that articles are of a minimum of 500 words.
Please be aware that Eurolinguiste has the right to refuse guest post articles and reserves the write change these contributor guidelines at any time. If you fail to meet these guidelines, please note that I cannot guarantee a response if you contact Eurolinguiste.
Where Your Articles Go Once Submitted
You can submit articles to Shannon Kennedy. Once your post is reviewed to ensure it meets our criteria, we will reach out to you. This process usually takes a few days, so don’t worry if you don’t hear back right away. If your post meets our requirements and we feel that it is a good fit for our site, we will contact you to confirm your interest in becoming a guest contributor.
Once the post has been approved, we will schedule it to be published within a two to a four-week window. If you have specific publish date requests, please let us know in advance so that we may try to accommodate them. We will email you a link to the article once it has been published on Eurolinguiste.
We promote our posts on social networks including Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. We also encourage you to promote your posts through your own networks, too.
You are permitted to include relevant links within your guest post, but anything that seems gratuitous will be removed.
We also request that you check in once the article has been published to respond to any questions or comments posted by our readers.
You Keep All the Rights to Your Article
If you decide that you would like to publish your post elsewhere, we request that you wait at least two weeks from its original publish date on Eurolinguiste before going to another site. Eurolinguiste must be cited as the original source along with a link to the article on Eurolinguiste.
Please Send This Information Along with Your Submission
- Your short bio. We request that you include a short bio along with your submission. You may also include links to your website, your Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or YouTube profiles. If you have content on your sites that is deemed inappropriate for minors, we will not link to them.
- A photo of you.
- An image to fit the theme of the post. We request that authors include at least one image along with their post (minimum dimensions 800H X 800W). You may use royalty-free stock photography or images that you own the copyright. If the image requires credit given to the creator, please let us know so that we can include the necessary information.
We are also always interested in producing either video (on our Youtube channel) or written collaborations in the forms of reviews, educational posts, or interviews. However, we put a lot of thought into t the companies and fellow language learners that we opt to work with here at Eurolinguiste to ensure that the content is relevant to our readers and mutually beneficial to our respective brands. If you are a company or blogger looking to collaborate with me here, please get in touch or check out our sponsorship options. You can also contact me using the form below to request a media kit.
If you would like to send in a post or idea, or if you have any questions regarding the submission process, please contact Shannon Kennedy using the form below.