We are looking for articles that offer advice, research, or best practices on flexible work. Have something worthwhile to share? Send it over for consideration!
For all published pieces, we will include your byline and well as a short (50 words or less) bio and a link or two to a relevant website or blog. No photos, sorry!
Send articles to Jaime Leick (email@example.com).
How This Works
• The article you provide must be original. No plagiarizing, duh! By submitting work, you are claiming responsibility for its originality.
• We very rarely accept pieces written in the first person. Spend some time on our site, and you’ll get a feel for the kind of articles we publish. Aim for traditional news-style reporting or tips pieces written in what we like to call “third person imperative.”
• We prefer fresh articles that haven’t already been published—at least not anywhere online. Let us know where else this piece has appeared when you submit.
• We may edit your piece or request that you make edits to meet our style and standards. No worries, we will always get your approval before posting edited content under your name.
• You keep the copyright to your work!
• We generally do not pay for articles.
Web Writing Tips
• Keep the piece short. Between 450 to 700 words is best.
• Make it scannable. Use subheads and bullet points so readers can get the point quickly. Hey, this is the web!
• Use short paragraphs. Take a cue from print journalists and keep your paragraphs to about two sentences each.
We’re not looking for fluff here. Your articles should provide solid, actionable tips or useful best practice info targeted toward flexible workers and/or their employers.
Note to professional researchers: Find a nice balance between academic and accessible. Thx!