Do you have experience teaching English, living or working overseas? Are you an expat/travel/teacher blogger? Pitch your story to JimmyESL! We will happily publish your guest post and share it with a 50k+ audience on Social Media.
You can insert a permanent link to your blog or personal website into the post and one into your bio text. (Permanent means as long as the specific post is available.)
Links to commercial offers or sales pages are only possible within a Sponsored Post!
Please read the following guidelines before you fill out the below form to pitch your guest post. We will not answer generic outreach messages!
Requirements & Guidelines for Guest Posts
- Unique post with a bare minimum of 1,500 words.
- Tailored to our audience: Nomad or Expat ESL teachers from the US and other native English speaking countries, as well as people who consider working/living/traveling abroad.
- In-depth, actionable and engaging content: Nothing you can research with a quick Google search. Provide insider tips, helpful resources, or step-by-step guides.
- Targeted to an SEO keyword with relevant search volume. (We can help with keyword research if you provide a topic.)
- Each post must have a lead paragraph and a conclusion at the end.
- Use a lot of subheadings (h2-h4) and paragraph breaks to structure the text.
- Use correct, but conversational language. Feel free to use humor.
- Proofread the text before delivery.
- Provide post in a native Google Doc with editing rights for us.
- Optional: Send us up to five personal high-res images and write a short comment for each one. No stock images! Required data format: JPEG format, 1280 pixel wide. You can get a link to your Instagram etc. profile if you want to.
- Write a short bio text about you personally in the third person. Attach your email address to a Gravatar if you want your profile picture to be displayed under the post.
Contact us before you draft your post: We will provide a detailed document with the guidelines.
Currently Demanded Topics
- How to obtain a work visa/permit as an ESL teacher in certain foreign countries.
- Everyday live challenges for expat ESL teachers in a specific foreign country (especially Asia).
- Getting hired as an ESL teacher abroad: job search, application, interview, relocation, etc.
- Lesson ideas, activities or games to teach ESL to young learners.
- Teaching English online (as a contractor or independently): tech, methodology, self-marketing.
- Advice about freelancing, online work, passive income, to make money full- or part-time, from home or while traveling
Please browse our blog posts to figure out a topic, which has not been covered by another post yet.
Pitch Your Guest Post
Please fill out the form.