Write for Us – PulseBlueprint: Freelance and Remote Worker News

Welcome to PulseBlueprint, a news and resources site for freelancers and remote workers. Our contributor community is an essential part of PulseBlueprint’s mission. Before posting, please make sure to read our editorial guidelines.

Want to write for us?

PulseBlueprint’s contributor community is by application only. Please email [email protected] with your story pitch idea if you’d like to be considered.

Please note, we only accept contributions that are relevant to freelancers. Generic articles (e.g. “How to run your twitter”) are not likely to be accepted.

Already a contributor? Log in.

Password not working? Click on this link , then click on “forgot password.”

How to build a post (for contributors who have been accepted)

Once you’ve logged in with your password, you can start your article!

1. Click on the “Posts” tab within the sidebar on the left side of the screen.

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2. Click on the “Add New” button.

Here’s what you should see:

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3. Write a title for your piece, and then write your story. To write a title (headline), click within the “add title” field, then write your story in the “write your story” field below it.

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4. Upload a featured image for your story — a key step.

The featured image is the main image that will appear at the top of your story. Ideally, your image will be 1200 x 675 pixels and under 1 MB. You can resize and shrink images for free using Pixlr. However, if you aren’t sure how to use Pixlr, just upload your image and we’ll take it from there.

Here are some guidelines for finding great images! You must have permission to use the image. That means if you didn’t take the picture, you have to get copyrights from the owner or find an image from a rights-cleared source.

The “Featured Image” tab should appear on the right side of your screen. Click on “set featured image” to upload one.

IMPORTANT: Even if you put an image in the body of your piece, you need to upload the same (or different) image to the “Featured Image” slot. If not, your story will not have a main image!

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5. If you would like, add any additional images within your piece

To do this, click on on “+” button (on the right of every block in the main text editor) and select image.

You can also use this same process to change regular text into a sub-heading for your article.

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6. Submit your content

Congratulations! You’ve officially written a piece for PulseBlueprint. Now, you’ll need to hit the blue “Publish” button in the upper right corner your screen, under your username.

PS – Not ready to submit yet? Just save a draft and you’re good to come back later. Only hit the publish button when you’re ready.

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From there, you should see this message about submitting your story for review.

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Click on the blue “Submit for Review” button to do so, and then a PulseBlueprint editor will take over from there! You’re all done.

Need help? Email us at [email protected].

Frequently Asked Questions

I’ve submitted my story. Now what?

Your post has been added to the queue and will be reviewed by our editorial team.

How long will it take for my article to be published?

We aim to publish articles as quickly as possible—typically between a day and a week.

How long should my article be?

We’ve found that articles between 600-800 words perform best, but it can be longer if you’d like.

Can I publish stories that I published somewhere else first?


Why was my headline changed after I submitted?

On occasion, our editors may update your headline or featured image to make your post as social and search-friendly as possible.

What topics can I write about?

Topics to explore include (but are not limited to): professional development, personal development, mental health at work, motivation, entrepreneurship, promotions / career journeys, gratitude, self-expression, leadership, and career or life lessons from pop culture. Please read our editorial guidelines for more info!

How often can I write?

As often as you like!