Thanks for your interest in submitting a guest post for Just ESL Jobs! We value your expertise within the ESL/EFL industry and look forward to being able to share that with our readers.
Our goal for all content on Just ESL Jobs is that it should be:
- Up to date
If you are confident that your story meets those goals, we’d love to hear from you.
Your blog post should:
- Be at least 600 words
- Use 1-2 keywords or 1-2 longtail keywords
- Include a great title
- Include 2-3 images that are copyright free (use personal photos, or you can try pexels.com, pixabay.com or unsplash.com)
- Be 100% your content
- Not be posted elsewhere
- Include your name (how you want it attributed), your photo, up to 2 social media profiles, if you are a teacher up to one school referral link or otherwise one website link
- Use British English
- Promote your blog on our social media platforms (don’t forget to follow us!)
- Promote your blog to our subscriber list (have you signed up?)
- Link to your blog submission within our other blogs
- Ensure content is accurate and not plagiarised
- Reserve the right to edit or reject any submissions
- Ensure that while there may be other teacher referral links each topic/subject will only be covered by one teacher from each online school/learning platform
Please read the attached spreadsheet for ideas of topics to be covered and let us know which one you would like to submit. Or if you have another issue that you think ESL teachers need to know about, please let us know.
We look forward to collaborating.
The Just ESL Team
Suggested Blog Topics
- How to motivate a student
- Cultural aspects of teaching to Chinese kids
- Why teaching business ESL is great
- Teaching English to teenagers
- How to use rewards in the online classroom
- How to keep groups of kids engaged in learning online
- Things to do when you have a few minutes left
- Tips for getting better parent reviews
- Why working for ….. is so great!
- The interview process for…
- How to teach your first class
- What to think about for your demo class
- 10 things not to say when tutoring
- Balancing working from home with family
- Travelling and teaching online
- Tips for getting more bookings
- How I get paid in US dollars and how it works
- I have no degree and can teach English online
- I am a non native English speaker and teach English online
- I am retired and teach English online
- I am a college student and teach English online
- I quit my job to teach English online
- How COVID-19 has changed my face-to-face teaching job
- How COVID-19 has changed teaching English online
- A day in the life of an ESL teacher with….
- What I wish I knew before I started working online
- What I wish I knew before I started teaching English online
- What I wish I knew before I started working for ….
- Mistakes I made when I first started working for ….
- Mistakes I made when I first started teaching English online