We’re actively looking for good writers who can write brilliant posts about one or more of the following topics:
- Windows, Office, Outlook, Printers, NICs, Software/Hardware reviews, resource links & so on
- Photoshop, GIMP, Inkscape & graphics/design topics
- Android and/or iOS (Xcode, OS configuration, tutorials, etc.)
- ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core, C#, MVC, .NET design patterns and other Visual Studio-related posts (also including UNITY, Xamarin and so on)
- Node.JS, IIS, Apache, MSSQL Win2kServer, Azure & MS-based server-side hosting
- PHP, MySQL/MariaDB, Linux, CentOS and the LAMP world
- GitHub, BitBucket, Mercurial, SVN, SCM & source control providers
- System Administration, Network configuration, Firewall, Routing & so on
- Virus, Antivirus, Malware, Trojan, malicious attacks/attempts, privacy & security and so on
As a general rule, anything that could fit into one of the categories listed on the topmost menu will most likely work… as long as it’s unique content (see the Anti-Plagiarism checks paragraph below for details)!
That said, let’s get to the business!
How to submit your work
If you are a IT expert or a talented IT enthusiast and you would like to publish an article here, you can follow these simple steps:
- Choose a topic from those mentioned above.
- Write an essay about it, trying to keep it between 800 and 2000 words; you can also write less or more than that but we do suggest to stick to those numbers, as they define the average post length range for this blog.
- Send it to our staff by clicking here; we’ll answer you in 12-24 hours informing you if we’re going to approve it or not.
If your article is approved, the following things will happen:
- A new Contributor account will be created for you.
- An e-mail will be sent to you with the account credentials, so that you can login to this site and configure it accordingly: change the display name, avatar, info and so on.
- The post will be published under that account within 1-3 days.
If it’s not, well… we’ll do our very best to explain you why and how you can improve it in order to get it approved.
We’re only interested in original stuff that has never been published before on the web: therefore, we kindly ask you to avoid to send us existing content, cut-pasted content or something that you (or anyone else) already written somewhere else on the web. We don’t care if you have the rights to use or re-use that content – if it’s already available somewhere there’s no sense for us in publishing it. We do want to provide our readers with unique content and we would also like to prevent ourselves from accidentally flooding the web with useless dupes.
For this very reason, we’ll carefully check any submitted content with the help of the best anti-plagiarism and duplicate content check tools available on the market: anything that doesn’t comply with these standards will be rejected, and their author will be permanently banned with no second chance. Don’t waste your time trying that and write original and unique content instead!
Marketing, Promotional & Sponsored Content
Please also keep in mind that we do not accept posts containing marketing, promotional or sponsored links. If you want to promote your product and/or service and/or website using this web site, you can only do that using legitimate ads, banners or campaigns (read here for more details).
Links and URLs policy
As for the links/URLs contained in your post, please keep in mind that we do only accept those who point to:
- Other posts/pages of this web site (internal links).
- Software and/or source code download pages (if relevant to the post)
- Official informative content (such as TechNet, PHP/MySQL tutorial, and the likes)
- Unofficial informative content (such as Wikipedia pages, StackOverflow Q&A, IT/tech posts & tutorials published by other blogs, and so on)
- Your personal blog and/or social profiles (in your author profile’s description).
Anything else will be removed from your post: too many of them will most likely cause the rejection of the article.
Here’s the good thing: as a matter of fact, you can actually get paid for what you’ll write here!
As soon as your first post will be accepted, you’ll also receive a collaboration proposal. This means that any subsequent article will get paid on a word + image quota, based upon how much we did like your writing – and how much we can actually afford it. All payment details will also be discussed separately, depending on how do you live and how we can comply with that country regulations in terms of VAT, taxes and so on: we want to do everything by the book here, so don’t expect untracked money of any form!
Also, please keep in mind that payments plans are reserved to regular contributors: we do accept one-time-only guest posts, but we cannot afford to pay for them.