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Yes, you. We’re always looking for new authors. If you’ve got an idea that will challenge our readers and move our industry forward, we want to hear about it. But you don’t need to wait for an idea that will redefine web design. Just aim to bring readers a fresh perspective on a topic that’s keeping you up at night.
Our primary goal is to deliver quality content. We’d be honored to have you sharing your experiences on a recent project, or lessons learned, or things that worked and failed in a truly Techfee article. Your work will be rewarded with a honorarium and full credit.
Before getting in touch with your idea, please read this information. It will greatly improve your chances of being accepted.
You can! (Unless you are a spammer) Our authors range from experienced writers to first-timers. As our process includes editorial oversight, we can be a great place to publish your first piece.
You need an idea, something you want to share, and the ability to put together an outline to show us that your idea is likely to be of interest to our readers. From that point on, we can give you any help that you need as you write and revise your article. Experienced writers all started somewhere, we would be honored for you to start your writing career with us.
We publish articles written by people who work on the web, for people who work on the web. These include:
Techfee audience are professional web designers, business developers, marketers, techies and other people involved in developing websites and online business presence. When you write, assume that your reader is a knowledgeable peer. Writing a beginner article about a technology is great (we are all beginners at something), but you can assume a starting point of familiarity with web technologies.
Please don’t send us press releases or sales pitches. They make us feel sad inside.
We publish articles of anywhere between 600–2,500 words, depending on subject complexity. 1,500 words is about average. Articles often run with a custom illustration. Articles may be casual in tone and content—great for less-intensive tutorials and posts—or rigorously structured and edited. All should be well-considered explorations of current and cutting-edge topics in the web industry.
Email us your submission. (Please do not send a ZIP file of assets unless requested by an editor.)
Here’s what happens after you hit Send:
An editor will review your submission and determine whether it’s a potential fit. If so, the content marketing team will review and discuss it. This happens once a week.
The editor will collect the team’s feedback and get back to you with notes. (We rarely accept an article the first time around, but we’ll tell you if we’re interested.)
Once you’ve addressed our comments, send your revised draft back. The team will discuss it again and let you know if we want to accept it.
If we accept your article, an editor will work closely with you on things like organization, argumentation, and style.
We’ll schedule you for publication as soon as revisions are complete. We can’t give you a specific publication date until the article is almost ready to go live.