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The Free Study was created to inform, inspire and engage the web community through informative content. We’ve amassed more than 10 million readers per month and produced more than 10,000 books and articles combined.

We always welcome having new writers join our team. They should have a strong desire to produce quality content with actionable advice – a lesson or new piece of knowledge that readers can then apply to in their own projects or pieces that will help writers on their own writing journey.

In return, we give copyright to them and their name and profile will be mentioned everywhere in the internet in addition to they will be surely rated for their work.

Below are the answers to some frequently asked questions about submitting an article to The Free Study.

Frequently Asked Questions

1) How should I submit my post?
Here are some of the best ways to submit your content to us

2) What should I write about?
Poems, Ghazal, Love stories, Motivational or Inspirational topics, Comedy, Awareness, Religion, Cultural Article, Human psychology, Helpful Informative article, Science fiction, Fable, Fantasy, Folktale

Here are some topics we’d love to publish more about:
  • How to earn money writing
  • Ideas for running and growing your own blog
  • Advice from people who work in the writing world: editors, literary agents, publishers, illustrators, etc. If that’s you, we’d love to hear what you have to say!
  • Tips and tricks for traditional book publishing and self-publishing
  • Stories of writers who have seen success.
  • Personal essays on writing like this post.

3) Should I pitch you my idea before writing the post?
Sure! Pitch your idea by emailing our managing editor Hemang Indian at or (Note that we can’t guarantee publication though until we review a completed submission. We’re happy to evaluate your pitch though before you get to writing!)

We also consider fully-drafted pieces.

4) When will I hear back from you after I send my pitch?
Please allow up to two weeks for our Managing editor to respond to your pitch.

5) Have any tips for ensuring my piece is a fit for The Free Study?

  • Please write in the “you” voice as much as possible, then support your advice with personal experience or stories.
  • Posts should be written in blog style, with short paragraphs, numbered lists, bullets and lots of white space.
  • Including a few sub-headings is much appreciated (we love to use H2!)
  • Only one space between sentences, please!

6) How long should my posts be?
Aim for 800-1,000 words.

7) Should I include links within the piece?
Yes. Please include links that will be helpful and relevant for the reader – they can be to an appropriate post on your site or on any other news site or blog. We ask that you include at least two links within your post to other posts on The Free Study.

Insert links in your copy via anchor text or keywords, for example, like this if you’re writing about Facebook. No HTML, please!

8) Should I write a headline? 
That’d be great! We reserve the right to tweak it for SEO, style or just to make it more attention-grabbing.

Did you know? We actually write approximately 10-15 headlines before choosing one for a post. If you want to suggest one or two potential headlines, that makes our job easier!

9) Will you edit my post?
Yes, we’ll edit for content and clarity, doing our best to preserve your voice. You’ll be able to see our changes in your Google Doc and we’ll often work with you a few weeks ahead of your publishing date on edits.

10) Can I repost my submission on my blog?
No. If we run your post on The Free Study, we retain the rights to that content. We don’t allow republishing on your own blog or any other website. (Did you know reposting content can hurt SEO traffic results for everyone involved? We try to keep it tidy around here.)

11) Are you definitely going to publish my piece?
We reserve the right to not publish your post if we decide it’s not a strong fit for The Free Study. You are then free to publish it elsewhere.

12) Should I include a photo?
No need. We’ll add one.

13) What about my headshot?
Our system uses your email to grab your headshot from Gravatar, so make sure your photo is uploaded there.

14) What should I do after I submit my post?
When it runs, we hope you’ll be active in the comments, responding to readers’ questions or thoughts. We also hope you’ll share your post on social media!

We look forward to your contribution!

Ready to pitch your idea or submit your post? or

Before you submit, please run through this checklist. Did you…

  • Add your name, email, website, and Twitter handle to the top of your post?
  • Include your one-sentence bio at the top of your post? (HTML please, if you know how!)
  • Add at least two links within your post to other posts on The Write Life? (Use relevant keyword anchors like this.)
  • Turn your post into an editable Google Doc? (Because Google can be finicky, that means creating your post as a Google Doc — cutting and pasting if you’ve written it in Word — rather than uploading a Word Doc to Drive.)

If so, you’re ready to submit!

Please share your content to our managing editor Hemang Indian at or

Thank You. Jai Hind 🇮🇳

Your supporting community
– The Free Study team

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