Inspire our readers
Would you like to contribute to our platform by writing an article for us? That’s wonderful!
We are continuously looking for volunteers who would like to inspire our readers with their knowledge and stories.
On this page, you can find more information about publishing an article on HiSensitives.
Do you want to inspire our readers with your article?
Here’s what’s in it for you:
Reach thousands of people
Monthly, we reach thousands of highly sensitive people and empaths interested in personal growth. Publishing your story on our platform will help you to spread your word.
Backlink to your own website
When you choose to publish your story on our platform, we will return the favor by linking to your social media accounts and website in the article.
Sharing your story enables you to connect directly with our audience. Through your article you can connect with our readers, who are highly sensitive people and empaths interested in personal growth.
Social media exposure
We share all stories submitted to us on our social media accounts as well. Moreover, we provide these posts with direct links to your social media accounts. This way, our audience can easily find you on social media.
How to submit your piece
Would you like to submit your story or article? Wonderful! We cannot wait to connect with you.
If you are a professional who would like to write an article for us, feel free to share your blog idea with us. In this initial contact we will discover together whether we are a right match.
For those of you interested in sharing your personal growth story, you can directly submit it to us via email.
You can contact us through the contact form at the bottom of this page.
In order to ensure high quality content on our platform, we work with submission guidelines. You can download them via the link below.
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