Guest Post

Guest Post

Our main goal is to provide quality content. Consider sharing your experiences in the latest project, or lessons, or things that worked and failed in a really crashing article. Your work will be honored and honored. (Obviously.)

This guideline will provide you with everything you need to know to get started with your article. Please carefully review recent articles on This is the level of quality that we expect from you, too.

What kind of articles do we publish?

We publish articles written by people who work online, for people who work online. These include:

  • Tutorials – or help people start with new technology, or walk them through the process of building a project.
  • Reviews – Do you have a strong opinion about something in our industry and research to back it up? These can make useful talking points.
  • Ultimate Guides – More articles really dig for the topic. A piece of reference that people will come back again and again.
  • Case Studies – What you or your company learn from a particular project. These should focus on practical examples which will be useful for other people, not just a good story.

Who are our readers?

Our audience is targeted towards professional designers, developers and other people involved in developing websites and online businesses. When you write, assume that your reader is a knowledgeable colleague. Writing an article that starts on technology is a great thing (we all start about something), but you can assume the starting point of familiarity with Internet technologies.

Practical advice that comes from real experience, plus a well-researched test, is what we strive for. See our writing and style guide for more tips on how to write for our audience.