It doesn't matter if you're a seasoned professional or amateur writer - if you have something say we want to hear from you.
NursingNotes is always looking for writers to provide fresh, unique content for our readers.
Whether it’s from a personal experience or a subject you are both knowledgeable and passionate about, we’d love to hear from you.
How to get started? If there is a story you like to cover, have a new angle on an old idea or something completely new. Send an email with your pitch to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unlike other nursing publications, we fund the site using advertisements and we don't charge for users to consume our content, therefore, your potential audience is the world.
We have an ever-rising total of around 50,000 social media followers and over a million page views per month.
Will I get paid?
We will pay £10 via bank transfer for each article (500+ words) that is published. NursingNews articles are paid at a reduced rate of £5 per article.
A link to your website or social media account or product in the article, and as our site currently receives around one million page views monthly - you're bound to gain followers.
What are we looking for?
We are looking for a variety of content; listicles, news articles, blog posts, opinion pieces or anything else that is written to suit the conversational tone of our site.
We especially want articles that provide information in a short and snappy manner.
Your content submission should be in keeping with the rest of our site. Below we have set out a few guidelines for submission.
- You don't have to be a seasoned professional or expert writer to have an option that is worth hearing. If you feel passionate about something we want to hear from you.
- Your post should be arranged so it has a clear introduction, then the main body and finally a short summary and conclusion.
- Ideally, we are looking for posts that are between 300 and 800 words. If you are submitting a news article then these word limits do not apply.
- Your post should be fully referenced using links.
- You should own the copyright for any images used or use appropriate attribution.
- Submitted content must be; educational, informative, factually correct and something you don't mind sharing with the internet.
- Your post is subject to editorial guidelines.
- Once submitted although you remain the owner of the content NursingNotes has the right to use and distribute the content.
The majority of the readers are based in the United Kingdom so the content on the whole needs to be geared towards a UK audience.