Write for Us

We are always looking for Writers, Maths Lovers, Puzzle Maniacs who can write good quality original posts on QuickerMaths.com. Please contact us if you would like us to consider you. Make sure you give us details of your own blog or a link to some articles you have written. You can also mail us your work at vineetpatawari [at] gmail [dot] com

Writer Exposure

In return you will get full credit for the post, an author page with a bio and your website will also be linked at the top and bottom of every post you make.

When you sign up to be an author here your account is set to subscriber. We will then upgrade the account to contributor; this basically means that initially your post will be published upon approval.

Please note that we have very strict guidelines regarding quality, grammar and spelling.

Rules & Guidelines

Unfortunately, there are always rules.

The rules are in place to ensure that the quality of posts and integrity of the site remains high.

  • The post/article should not be reproduced anywhere else on the web including your own blog (neither party benefits from duplicate content)
  • Any images used in the post cannot mess up the design of the site. As a guideline, the max width of any picture you post should not exceed 550 pixels.
  • It is ok to link to your own blog if it is relevant to do so. However, you should not write articles around topics to justify a link to your blog and you should not actively encourage visitors to visit your blog. Remember, you get a link to your blog at the top and bottom of your posts plus a link on your author page which is also linked to at the top and bottom of every post and the links are clearly marked so that your site gets exposure.
  • No affiliate codes or referral links are allowed in posts.

How do I get started?

Contact us with some background information on yourself, your blog and your writing experience. You can also directly submit a post for review by email at vineetpatawari [at] gmail [dot] com.

7 thoughts to “Write for Us”

  1. Hello Team,

    This is Anish, Director at Neostencil, an Ed-Tech startup funded by the Times Group.

    I recently came across your work on quickermaths.com and it was really admirable. I would like to contribute an article to your revere platform with a focus on Education. I can make a noteworthy addition to your website utilizing my experience in the education industry and share valuable insights with your readers.

    In the past, I have contributed my articles on sites such as Your Story, Entrepreneur, and Shiksha. You can see some of my works mentioned below.
    Millions of People Could be Added to the Workforce in India With the Help of eLearning – EdTechReview
    Health ministry launches online tutorials to help doctors detect cancer earlier – Your Story
    Why Nation-Building is the Need of the Hour for a Country Like India – Entrepreneur India
    How to plan & prepare for UPSC Civil Services Prelims examination – Shiksha
    To tell you more about myself, I previously founded Testcafe – also in the ed-tech space. I hold an MBA from IIM Ahmedabad and was previously an engineer from McMaster University, Canada. I have extensive experience in the Education industry, with past exposure to investment banking, technology, real estate, and retail consulting.

    If you like the sound of this, I can share a few topics on which I can write the article. Alternatively, feel free to suggest any topics that are on your mind and we can further discuss them.

    Thank you for your time and consideration.

    Looking forward to hearing back from you. Keep up the good work 🙂

    Anish Passi
    LinkedIn| Quora

  2. Really Appreciate. I really like your article which will show us not only how this will prove to be a good piece of article for students. This is really helpful for our students to co-op with number maths.

  3. Hello,

    I’m a regular reader of your blog. And I am a fan.

    I work as a content developer in LogicRoots. We developed original K-5 math board games, app and card games to help kids get 20 times more math practice. These are designed to make it a little easier for parents and teachers get their kids to practice math. Not just that, our games are great to bond over and explore the joy of math which often gets hidden behind ‘sums’.

    Since you already publish guest posts from different authors in your niche, I thought it would be nice if I too had an opportunity to present your blog’s readers with something of real value.

    I understand the need for unique and well-researched content. And I’m also very passionate about any topic that I write about.

    I’d love to share few math resources with the readers of your blog in a guest post. Please let me know if you think it would be a good fit for your blog, and I’ll get right on it.

    Awaiting your positive response,

  4. Hi, I’m Vineet Patawari. I fall in love with numbers after being scared from them for quite some time. Now, I’m here to make you feel safe with numbers and help you come out of Maths Phobia!

    I fell in love with numbers (not fall) after being scared of them (not from them), make you feel comfortable with numbers (not safe)to help you get rid of math phobia (not make you come out of)

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