Hey, we’ve got good news for you!

The Dissertation Master is now accepting guest posts! To fix our collaboration well, we’ve set some ground rules, a.k.a., Guest Post Policy.

Please take your time pouring over these, as we are a bit strict about them.

Tickle our audience’s fancy with some really good titles. Dissertation Master caters to a wide array of students: undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral (even high school-leavers). Hence, to help them find the resources they need, we try not to bombard them with cryptic titles.

To create appealing titles, feel free to browse our Home page or check our varied categories.

Provide our audience with well-developed content. To make this feasible, we recommend that you set out a clear structure: catchy Introduction, cohesive Body, and compelling Conclusion. Furthermore, do aid our readers with focused paragraphs and suggestive sub-headings.

Choose among these site-relevant topics:

  1. Dissertation

  2. Suggest a dissertation topic/s

  3. Share your dissertation writing tips

  4. Feature education-related news

Follow our minimum word-count of 600. But please refrain from adding nonsensical things to bloat that draft. We know you’re capable of exploring topics well. Thus, we hope to see a full exploration by way of juicy content-creation.

Only add image under the Creative Commons License. A thought-provoking, content-suggesting image always adds charm (if not magnifies it) to any guest post. Unfortunately, we can’t just rip off beautiful creations and paste it next to our text.

We require guest post-bloggers to always, always include images which are licensed under the Creative Commons. And we expect you to set up proper attribution.

Be careful with jargons. Sure, our audience have reached that phase of their education of which highfalutin texts are common. Still, we don’t anticipate everyone to be playing in the same level. We endeavour to provide students with as much information as they want (and oftentimes, jargons make that impossible).

Hence, do tread well around jargons. If it really is a necessary component, do provide the briefest definition – probably, at the bottom page.

So, that’s that. Again, thank you for considering our site for your contributions! Send your proposals to webmaster@myessaysearch.com or you may fill out the form below.