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 You 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 get a lot of exposure and credibility, If you have the potential you can show it to the world. Our community is 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!