We’re looking for Tech Bloggers to write about Windows 8 We are always looking for experienced writers who can write good original quality posts on Windows 8. Obviously we are looking for Windows 8 and Microsoft related material. Please contact us if you would like us to consider you. Make sure you give us details of your own blog or a link to some articles you have written.
Writer ExposureIn return you will get full credit for the post, an author page with a bio and your website will also be linked at the bottom of every post you make. When you sign up to be an author here your account is set to contributor. This basically means that your post will be published upon approval. I stress that posts will never be edited or changed in any way – if a post is not up to the quality we expect it may not be published however we will not edit the post at all. Any changes or modifications have to be done by the author. Please note that we have very strict guidelines regarding quality, grammar and spelling.
Full Time AuthorsWe usually hire full time writing staff from guest posters who have proved that they can consistently write quality articles week in week out. However, we also hire experienced freelance writers. In addition to links and article credits, full time writers participate in ad revenue sharing i.e. they are allowed to put their ads in articles. As previously mentioned, those interested should contact us with details about their experience.
Rules & GuidelinesThese rules are in place to ensure that the quality of posts and integrity of the site remains high.
- The post/article should not be reproduced anywhere else on the web including your own blog (neither party benefits from duplicate content)
- Any images used in the post cannot mess up the design of the site. As a guideline, the max width of any picture you post should not exceed 590 pixels.
- It is ok to link to your own blog if it is relevant to do so (eg. referring a coding example or whatnot). However, you should not write articles around topics to justify a link to your blog and you should not actively encourage visitors to visit your blog. Remember, you get a link to your blog at the top and bottom of your posts plus a link on your author page which is also linked to at the top and bottom of every post and the links are clearly marked so that your site gets exposure.
- No affiliate codes or referral links are allowed in posts.