As of January 2015, HACK MY STUDY receives over 50,000 page views and 30,000 unique visitors every month. All content on this site will remain within the scope of study hacks, learning techniques and self-improvement.
If you wish to contribute to this site in exchange for receiving exposure for your own site or endeavors, please consider one of the following:
If you would like to contribute an article to reach the audience of HACK MY STUDY. Please use the contact form to submit your proposal.
- The article must be of sufficient quality to meet the expected standard of HACK MY STUDY readers.
- The article must be novel and not significantly overlap with an existing article. Any article found to be of copyright infringement will be removed without notice.
- The article must be relevant to the interests of HACK MY STUDY readers, that is, related to study hacks, learning techniques, self-improvement, education or similar themes.
- Your name will be cited at the top of every article, next to the icon.
- Your Gravatar will be included at the bottom of every article
Please note that your Gravatar should only contain links to your social profiles and blogs or websites that are relevant to study hacks, learning techniques, self-improvement, education or similar themes. For example, if your linked blog contains inappropriate content, the Gravatar will be removed.
Article Idea Contribution
Credit will be given to any ideas contributed to published articles. In attributing credit, your first and last name, a summary of the idea you contributed and a link to your blog or website can be included.
- The idea must be of such quality and relevance that it is worthy of inclusion in the relevant published article.
- I will only add a link to your website or blog if its contents are deemed relevant to readers of HACK MY STUDY, that is, related to study hacks, learning techniques, self-improvement, education or similar themes.
- Please use the comment section under the relevant article to contribute your ideas, and not the contact form.
The attribution will be be embedded at the bottom of the article, above the “Learn More” section, and will look like this: