Interested In Blogging?
Many thanks for expressing an interest in blogging / vlogging for Nexus Education and our 11,000+ teaching community.
If you’ve already registered to blog with us then please log in below. If you’re new to Nexus Education, please read the guidelines below before registering at the bottom of this page. Any blogs submitted that don’t meet the guidelines risk being declined.
The Nexus Education community is a space where anyone from the education sector can share their ideas, thoughts, experiences, tips and tricks with other like-minded professionals. It is also a space where those within the profession come together for support and advice.
Why share your blog with our community?
School leaders within the community
Monthly website visitors
Monthly impressions across social media for our bloggers
Across all of our social media platforms to reach the widest possible audience
We are strong advocates of unshackling teachers and letting you blog on whatever you are passionate about however we have put some guidelines / FAQ’s together that will help you.
Why should I blog?
Read this piece by Nexus co-founder, Damien, about why everyone should consider blogging: https://nexus-education.com/why-should-you-consider-blogging/
What can I write about?
You can write / speak on any subject you are passionate about. We find people write best when they are talking about what they love. If you like, we can edit your piece which we will always send you a draft of before it goes live. The piece must not be promoting a company in a commercial capacity.
Your piece must be original in its content and exclusive to our website – ie, not hosted anywhere else. If you want us to link out to an already published piece then we will need a minimum 150-word exclusive introduction so we can add context before linking out to your piece.
How often can I write?
You can write as little or as often as you like. We tend not to have deadlines as we know how busy people are and we are thankful for anytime people give to Nexus. We feel this sets us apart as we know how much pressure those in the education sector are already under.
What do you need?
When you register you’ll be guided through creating your author account which will include:
What do you need for your blog?
Images and external content
Make sure you have permission to use images and external content displayed in your blog. You can see more in our terms and conditions https://nexus-education.com/terms-and-conditions/.
The author owns the rights to the blog and accepts they have permission for all images used. Nexus Education Limited will not be held liable for any legal action taken if this is not the case and any disputes will be directed back to the original author.
Where do you send it?
In order to blog for Nexus Education, you must be registered to submit content on our site. It is FREE and can be done using the REGISTER TO BLOG button at the bottom of this page. You only need to register once and you’ll use these credentials to log in in future.
Once you had submitted your blog online it will come over to our editor for approval before being scheduled for release on the platform.
Do I get paid for my blog?
We don’t currently pay our community for their blogs. Most see it as a way to increase their following and have a positive impact on the sector. It is important to state that we don’t make any money from our community (we don’t charge schools a penny) and we actually donate tens of thousands back to schools via our events platform – NeXworking.
Nexus Education Awards
All blogs submitted will be considered for nomination at our annual Awards.
Thank you for considering sharing your thoughts with our community. Please use the button below to create your blogging account.
I found you by googling education blogs and you were the one that stood out to me! I liked the ethos of the page and the way we could put onto wordpress for editor decisionDr Poppy Gibson Author and Senior HE Lecturer