Want to be a contributor on Musician Tuts? Awesome! This guide will tell you everything you need to know about writing a wicked contribution post and having it published on Musician Tuts.

Getting Started

We love sharing content that’s useful and actionable for musicians. Your article doesn’t need to be specific to a certain instrument however it should be related to music education in one way or another. To pitch your article idea please send it to [email protected] with the following information:

  • Your name
  • 3 pitch ideas (be creative here and do a quick search to ensure I haven’t already covered those topic)
  • Please provide 3 links to your past writing work
  • Tell me a bit about yourself and your site

Once I receive your email, I will review the pitch ideas and get back to you with which idea I would like to proceed with. If none of the ideas fit, then I will let you know and you can choose to send 3 more.

Editorial Guidelines

As you’re writing your contribution post keep the following editorial guidelines in mind:

  1. Create a catchy title
  2. All posts must be at least 1,000 words in length
  3. You can include 1 dofollow backlink to your site in the body of the article.
  4. Please include 1-3 images in your post
  5. Include 2-3 high-quality outbound links in your post referencing reliable sources
  6. PLEASE ensure that you do a grammar/spell check before sending off your draft for review.

Note that we have the right to modify your article/links any way we see fit to improve the overall readability of the article.

What’s in It for You?

By publishing a post on Musician Tuts you get access to over 50,000 monthly readers. Moreover, you’ll get a backlink from

So if you’re interested in being a contributor on Musician Tuts, drop me a message at either [email protected] or via our contact form.