Siteturner is now accepting submissions for articles and tutorials related to web design & development, web technology, writing & content creation, and online marketing.
We currently pay $50 for each accepted submission, and authors will receive a byline and bio.
What we will publish
At present, we favor articles hitting somewhere around the 1000 word mark.
We’re looking for experts in their field who can tell our readers something interesting or exciting about emerging web technologies, make them money with online marketing tips, or shine a light on lesser known development and design tricks. If it’s about the web and websites, we’re interested.
Writers with a voice will have an edge: articles with personality and a point of view are more likely to be accepted than stiff, by-the-numbers pieces.
If you’re feeling it, be bold and irreverent. For example: if you really hate the Drupal CMS (and why wouldn’t you?), write us a list article composed of ten good reasons why you hate it, and feel free to bring the venom.
Listicles might seem overdone, but they’re as popular and sharable as ever.
Now, this is important: we will only accept original, English language articles not previously published elsewhere, including your own blog. We’re hip to article spinning: articles virtually identical to work previously published on the web, with adjectives, verbs and sentence structure shuffled, will be immediately rejected. We take duplicate content and copyright infringement very seriously.
What we definitely won’t publish
Advertorials (paid reviews), press releases, and articles that suffer from keyword stuffing & other attempts to manipulate search engine algorithms will be rejected. Authors can recommend services and products in their articles, but affiliate links will not be permitted.
How to submit
Submissions must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Examples you can provide of your other published work are welcome but not required.
We’ll review each piece, and if we feel it’s a good fit for Siteturner, we’ll be in touch to discuss any necessary revisions that may be required prior to acceptance and payment.