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We see our mission in building an ever-growing community of bold-thinking individuals generous enough to share their honest opinions, fresh ideas and genuine excitement over new knowledge. In EdLeed we believe in the principle “each one teach one” and hope to make a difference – to encourage people like you to learn from each other’s experience and help them achieve specific goals so that eventually they enjoy life to the fullest. Together we can leave the world a better place than we have found it.
We would like you to know that all texts submitted to EdLeed Media will be proofread by our editors. You will find the general submission terms below, so please, check that your piece of writing meets the criteria before sending it to us. When you are happy with the result, send the work to us. If necessary, we will slightly edit your text and publish it in the EdLeed Media feed.
The texts you send us should not be previously published anywhere (including newspapers, journals, personal blogs, social media accounts, etc.). They should be original: no plagiarized or copied work will be posted in the EdLeed Media feed.
Our community is a place where people share their personal stories and insights – not some ad pages. If you absolutely need to mention a company or brand – go for it, but don’t make your article sound like blatant advertising.
We are looking for logically organized texts, written in a clear language with good spelling and punctuation. Your article can be informal but please do not use too many emojis, words written in all caps, and avoid swearing.
Writing advice for our contributors:
Imagine your mom or a friend is going to read your text. Will they understand what you want to say? If the answer is “yes”, everyone else will most likely get it too.
Break it up into chapters, use headings and subheadings, and get into the habit of starting a new idea with a new line. The clearer the structure and the smaller the paragraphs the more readable your text is.
Think of an eye-catching title which accurately conveys the main idea of what you've written. It is very important to name your text something that will attract your audience and tell them exactly what they are about to read. That’s why we want you to know that we reserve the right to change the title if we don’t find yours suitable.
Don't worry though, we'll come up with something cool.