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Passionate about teaching and learning? Expert tutor?
Simply want to share your insights on the UK education sector?
Why not write a guest post for the Tutorful blog?
Read our guidelines below and send your submission to editor@tutorful.co.uk
Why write for Tutorful?
With over 300k visits to Tutorful every month and an active user base of over 50,000 parents, students and tutors, writing for Tutorful is a great way to demonstrate your expertise and establish yourself as a thought leader in front of our highly engaged audience.

If your post is accepted by our editorial team, we’ll feature it right here on the Tutorful blog alongside promoting it across our social media channels on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, and within our monthly student and tutor newsletters.

To submit a guest post to the Tutorful blog, first read through our topic recommendations and guest post guidelines below.
What topics should you write about?
We strive to provide interesting and actionable articles detailing trends, ideas, insights and news from across the education sector. We are looking for engaging, intelligently written posts suited for our audience of independent academic, music and language tutors, teachers, higher education institutions, students and parents of children ranging from Primary schoolthrough to A-Level.

To accommodate such a varied community, we will cover most educational topics, though we particularly enjoy articles around educational-technology, emerging trends and those which provide actionable advice.
Guest Post Guidelines
Any guest posts not adhering to these guidelines will not be considered to the blog.
  • Review the Tutorful blog to ensure we haven’t recently covered your topic. Your post should provide valuable information to fill a gap in our blog.
  • We will only accept unique content and ideas. Checks will be made to ensure your content is original.
  • Your post must be a minimum of 700 words, but ideally between 1000-2000 words in length.
  • At least one high resolution image should be provided to use as a header for your content. This must be at least 1600 x 640px.
  • Additional images may be supplied to complement your content, though you must have the right to use them within your post.
  • Submitted posts must not contain marketing or affiliate links and cannot be entirely self-promotional - provide value to our community! A link to your website will be included within the author bio.
  • Body copy links may be included if they reference valuable supporting content to aid readers on the core topic.
  • Finally, it goes without saying that your post must be grammatically correct and well written.
How to Submit a Guest Post
If you have an idea to pitch for an article, or you’re ready to submit a guest post for the Tutorful blog,
please email editor@tutorful.co.uk with the following:
The Article
Give us a little insight into the subject of your post, who it’s aimed at and why you think it would interest the Tutorful community.
Your Writing
Are you writing based on your own experience, or are you conducting research to inform your writing? Remember: your article must be unique!
Tell us about your interests, writing experience and how your knowledge makes you perfect to write your article for the Tutorful blog.
If available, please provide links to other content you have written, whether on your own site or guest posted elsewhere.
What happens next?

Once we’ve received your submission and if we feel it will be of interest to the Tutorful community, we aim to be in touch within 7 days of receipt - however this may be delayed during busy periods. We try to respond to every submission and, if we don’t feel the article fits, provide feedback on how it can be adapted ready for resubmission.

If accepted, we’ll let you know the next steps and work with you to set a date for publishing!

We look forward to hearing from you!

Please Note: we reserve the right to edit and adapt your guest content where we see fit, as well as updating your post in the future to ensure accuracy and comprehensive coverage of the topic. We also reserve the right to include internal Calls-To-Action to Tutorful content, within the blog, guides, search results pages and anywhere else on the site.

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