It seems you are interested in writing a post for Hackology Blog, if so you have stumbled at the right place. I love connecting with passionate writers who share the same interest of Technology and Hacking as I do.
Why should I write for Hackology blog?
Blogging for Hackology will help you build your writing skills and will give you a chance that your writeup will end up in front of an audience of millions . When you write for us you will you get a lot exposure and credibility, you have the potential to and here you can show it to the world. Our community is a friendly and active and we like to help out.
Some of the reasons worth Considering for Hackology Blog
- One of the oldest Cyber Tech and Hacking Blog on the internet
- Once approved your work will be shared across many social media platforms
- Free exposure over Hackology Social Media Accounts
- Chance for other people to connect to you once they read your great write up
WHAT makes a good Hackology Blog post?
To ensure that your article gets published follow these tips:
- Read our blog. Develop a sense of what we publish. Subscribe to our newsletter to get our most recent posts.
- Write for Tech Geeks. Address their needs, interests, passion, burning technology, latest tech trends.
- Have, and hone, a main message. Edit your intro so that the point of your post is ridiculously clear. (Your teachers weren’t kidding about the value of a thesis sentence.)
- Be prescriptive. Don’t just tell readers to do something. Explain how.
- Tell a story – like a journalist. Cover who, what, when, where, how, and why. Make it personal. Share things you’ve done and seen, lessons you’ve learned, problems you’ve solved, etc.
- Make it concrete. Give examples, details, metrics. Tell and show. Make it real. Deliver a detailed brief, explain it as if you want the other person to feel they are really doing it themself
- Make it long enough to engage and enrich readers (and no longer): We don’t have a word-count goal.
- Self-disclosure. Please disclose any relationships / partnerships you have when providing examples, technologies, etc. (e.g. if an example comes from a client or your company, indicate this in the post).
- Be thoughtful when including links. Posts with too many links back to your domain will look spammy and will be rejected.
- Self-promotion. Avoid promoting your tool or company in your post. Your author bio is a good place to do that.
- Use a friendly voice. Say I, we, you. Use contractions as you would normally (you’ll). Write as if talking with a fellow.
- Include high res images (PNG or JPGs) and/or video or infographic embed codes.
- Incorporate utility content. Share templates, checklists, step-by-step instructions.
- Give credit. Check your facts and quotations. Cite your sources.
- Let your heart show. Where appropriate, share your feelings!
Are your Ready ?
Drop me an email a d m i n at drhack.net