To write for I Love to Teach 101 (ILTT) you must be a teacher or former teacher and an ILTT member, to get a private link to your own blog submission area.
All articles MUST be approved by the I Love To Teach (ILTT) Writers Panel before publication. Therefore read the rules and writing brief below to understand how your article is more likely to get approved.
If your article is approved for publication you receive 5000 credits ($50 discount).
All articles must be at least 1000 words and have at least one quality stock image that you have copyright authorisation to share. Your own unique photo is even better.
Only resources that you sell on ilovetoteach101.com can be linked to and only one resource in one article. We do not like spamming our readers.
You may if you wish add ONE link in your article back to an article on your blog which we will check.
Your article cannot be copied in part or full from any other source, including your own blog, as this may result in duplicate content penalties from Google.
You must be a teacher or former teacher sharing ideas from your classroom or research you have conducted that will help our readers. Articles from businesses or someone representing a business are not accepted.
First, it’s good if you have a key phrase in bold font in the first paragraph. We like it if the title and at least three paragraphs have the key phrase.
Second, the Love to Teach blog readers like short paragraphs ie no bigger than 150 words. We also like lots of subheadings so we can scan your article to see if its something we want to read. Please make sure at least one subheading has your key phrase in it, so its SEO happy. Plus, we prefer articles to be a minimum of 1000 words.
Third, you must add at least one quality stock image, or even better would be your own unique photo. You can add up to three images because we just LOVE them, as we’re all visual learners. If you want to add a video from YouTube or one you made yourself then add the link.
Lastly, we love articles about your teaching experience or research but you should make sure you know which topics we do not like.