Guest Blogger Agreement: Terms & Conditions
All guest posts must comply with the following criteria:
Guest posts must be your own original work. Submitted content must not have been published on any other website, social media platform, chat or forum.
You are SOLELY responsible for ensuring that content submitted to TeachWriting.org does not conflict with any copyright or publication rights already granted to other publishers, and TeachWriting.org is NOT responsible for any infringement of external publication rights.
- All quotations from other authors or publications must be cited properly. Posts will acknowledge your authorship, but will be the property of TeachWriting.org.
- If we use your guest post, you may promote it on your own website, or social media forums. Promoting the content does not give you permission to post the entire article on these forums. You may include a link to your guest post and a short sentence or two explaining what the article is about.
- You are permitted to link to one product AND one freebie within the body of your blog post. You are permitted to include up to three links in your bio at the end of the post. TeachWriting.org reserves the right to remove the author's links within TeachWriting.org's Sole Discretion.
- TeachWriting.org does not pay for Guest Post submissions or publications. If you decide to submit a post to TeachWriting.org, you do so with the knowledge that you shall not be entitled to any compensation for writing the post or for any other compensation related to the post.
- Your post will be included in a weekly emailer to TeachWriting.org subscribers and possibly used in TeachWriting.org social media posts and publications online.
- TeachWriting.org reserves the right to deny or remove any image it deems inappropriate, low quality, or contrary to the values of the TeachWriting.org company and brand.
- All Guest Posts are reviewed and approved by TeachWriting.org prior to posting. If significant changes need to be made to the post, publication could be delayed or canceled.
- TeachWriting.org reserves the right to refuse publication or remove a Guest Post without prior notice to the Guest Post writer.
- By providing a Guest Post to TeachWriting.org, you agree that you are in no way becoming a part of the website or company, nor shall you hold yourself out to be a member of the TeachWriting.org website or company.
- If a Guest Post submission is inappropriate or needs improvements, a TeachWriting.org representative will let you know and offer suggestions so that it may be published at a later time. TeachWriting.org will review your submissions in a timely manner. TeachWriting.org reserves the right to refuse publication of any Guest Post.