Our community is continuously searching for fresh new ideas and unique, out-of-the-box content. If you can produce in-depth work with expert knowledge and are motivated to develop engaging and valuable articles just bring your typing keyboard and write for us. It is certainly a great way to show your expertise and establish yourself as an expert in the field (51 DA, 36 TF, 39 CF).
What we publish
- We publish content for entrepreneurs who build websites, apps, tools, and other digital products and explore current and cutting-edge technologies in the web industry. Your post should appeal to one or more of these audiences.
- We publish content that’s useful and/or inspiring. Ideally, it’ll be both. If your article doesn’t educate or inspire creative pros, no shade, but it’s not for us. It must explain how our readers can put your tips into action.
What we don’t publish
Quality is our utmost priority rather than quantity and we don’t compromise on that. What goes directly to trash:
- Press releases or sales pitches.
- Rewrites. We only accept unique and distinctive content.
- Copied content. We do not accept plagiarized content.
- Misleading information. You should not include any fake information or data in your content. You must give proper citations, credit, and quote the source of information in the article. Always try to use reliable information from authoritative sites or sources and give credit accordingly.
- No selling of your product! Make the focus more on the value your post can impart. Always remember guest posting is a way to show your knowledge and expertise to the readers. They are not a platform for promoting services or companies.
Submissions must meet the below quality standards in order to get published. We reserve the right to reject contributions at our discretion and make minor edits to your article.
- Articles must be anywhere between 800–2,500 words, depending on subject complexity. 1,500 words is about average. Guest post contributions should be comprehensive, data-driven, interesting, engaging, and educational. Articles may be casual in tone and content-great for less-intensive tutorials.
- We only accept original content — we do not publish anything that’s been published elsewhere, including on your blog, your Facebook or Twitter, etc. And definitely don’t copy someone else’s work.
- Aim for clarity. Be to the point – simple, generic, and most importantly engaging.
- Be concise. Use shorter paragraphs to make an article more readable.
- Use subheadings, lists, bullets, tables, images, blockquotes, and other structural elements frequently to make your story easily skimmable and engaging.
- Images and videos encouraged, charts and graphs as they make articles look further enticing to the reader. Make sure not to violate copyright when using media files. Give credit when needed.
- Only includes claims that are backed by links to credible research or case studies. We recommend citing/linking to at least 5-7 sources. But please refrain from excessive linking. Avoid irrelevant and/or affiliate links to shady websites. Absolutely no linking to dating, casino, SEO agencies, credit-related sites, etc.
- Make sure it is well-researched content with valuable and actionable tips. Tips and advice can only be easily understood with examples and readers can easily relate to themselves.
We only accept clear, compelling content falling into the following categories:
- Domains, servers, website building and development
- Blogging, setting up and running websites
- Performance and optimization
- Web and graphic design
- Content production
- SEO and SEM
- Social media
- The modern web
To increase your chances of getting published on our blog, ensure that your contribution:
- Has a thesis and offers a clear argument — not just a list of tips and tricks.
- Has a voice. Be bold, interesting, and human.
- Is supported with convincing arguments, not just opinions. Fact-check, and cite sources where appropriate.
- Is written for our audience: webmasters, designers, developers, marketers, and bloggers.
To submit your article idea, email us your work as a Google doc. You may also send us a plaintext file, a markdown file, or a link to an HTML document. Please do not send ZIP files of assets unless requested. The more complete your submission is, the better feedback we can give you.
We will review your submission and determine whether it’s a potential fit. If so, we will get back to you shortly for additional info.