At DataFlair, we encourage people to share their valuable knowledge and thoughts with the world. Therefore, we hereby welcome tech bloggers and developers to contribute to the blog.
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Guidelines for Contributors
- The article should run between 800 to 2000 words.
- Break your article into an introduction, content, and a brief summary.
- Write simple, write in English, and avoid committing grammatical errors.
- Short paragraphs, bullet lists, and clear language are more engaging to our audience. Add a catchy title to your post.
- Your article must be well-formatted, i.e., it should observe proper use of headings, subheadings, bold and italic text, numbered and bullet lists, and so.
- We facilitate publishing code and formulae; feel free to add code in your post.
- You can insert one link per article; try keeping it relevant.
- You can mail us any images and/or infographics you want to add at firstname.lastname@example.org. We recommend you either use free images or give credit where it’s due.
- You can improve your post by including a case study or a real-life example.
- One way to finish your post with an impact is to list out a couple of its key ideas as quotes.
- Check out some of our blogs to understand what kind of posts our readers like to read.
- We will not consider articles already posted on other sites, or any other plagiarised content; it should be unique.
- If found plagiarising, you run the risk of being permanently banned from this platform.
- Spam links will not be accepted.
- You shall not include any promotional links or names in your bio (in your profile).
- Before submitting a post, check to see if someone else has already posted on that idea.
- Please edit and proofread your post carefully before submitting. Once submitted, you cannot make changes to it or withdraw it.
- By submitting your article to DataFlair, you agree not to publish it elsewhere.
- By submitting the article, you give us complete editing rights to it.
- We reserve the rights to add calls-to-action to other DataFlair content to published submissions on our platform.
- Update your profile to improve credibility and flaunt your skills.
- Add a couple sentences to your bio. This will show on every post (when published) you make as a guest.
- Add a headshot so our readers know who they’re reading.
- If you choose to generate a password, save it somewhere. You can use it to login if you no longer have access to your social account.
Why write for DataFlair?
- The ability to reach a wider audience (million of readers visit DataFlair to learn).
- Tech professionals throughout the world prefer to read DataFlair blogs daily to hone their skills.
- Each post by you displays your name, picture, and bio.
- This is an opportunity to attain some credibility, flaunt your skills, and sharpen your writing skills.
- When you post for us, it helps provide a wider experience for others like you.