Guidelines

Can anyone write for the Huffington Post?

Can anyone write for the Huffington Post?

Due to the volume of submissions, it is not possible for us to respond to every submission individually. HuffPost does not accept pitches from PR representatives or agents. All published contributors are paid for their work.

How do you get an article on Huffington Post?

Some super helpful pointers that will help your article get accepted by HuffPost:

  1. The Huffington Post loves articles that are emotional, so write about personal experiences, feelings, and thoughts.
  2. Stick to a tried-and-tested format, such as how-to and list posts.
  3. Use an eye-catching title.
  4. Keep it around 800 words.

How do you pitch to Huffington Post UK?

Email [email protected] Email our press team at [email protected] To reach the editor, email [email protected]

What’s the best way to write for the Huffington Post?

Huffington Post blogger Lisa Arends advocates reading posts daily in the section you would like to write for, and contributing “well-thought-out responses.” She says, “Keep this up for a while and you may get lucky and have an editor contact you with a blog idea.”

Who are the writers that write for HuffPost?

As part of HuffPost’s mission “to write for, and not just about, those left out of traditional power structures,” HuffPost is seeking to elevate writers from a wide range of backgrounds, including those who are BIPOC, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, and writers from other underrepresented communities.

Is it easy to contact the Huffington Post?

If you have an idea for a news story, or you come across groundbreaking news that needs to be reported, Huffington Post, also known as HuffPost might be interested in publishing it. Because they’re always looking for quality content and they value their readers, HuffPost is actually pretty easy to contact.

Is the Huffington Post still an unpaid contributor?

Description: The Huffington Post (now known as HuffPost) closed its unpaid contributor platform in January 2018. They have since launched two new sections that are paid. They are the HuffPost Opinon and HuffPost Personal. They are looking for writers to pitch possible article ideas to them for these sections.