DotNetCrunch is a blog and a guide for latest Microsoft® technologies aimed for beginners and intermediate level professionals. We always encourage guest bloggers to contribute an original article related to the topic of our blog in order to showcase themselves in front of a wide audience.
DotNetCrunch has been started with the aim of helping beginners & intermediate level professional with .NET concepts and contributing back to the community. We are allowing guest blogging so as to reach out to a new audience base, share your talents, and perhaps most importantly, contribute something back to the community.
How can you become a contributor at DotNetCrunch?
To become a regular contributor at DotNetCrunch, here are some tips which will help you to get your article accepted and published:
- Content should be original and not copied from other websites/blogs.
- Write content that is solely focused on quality and adding value for readers not to just share links.
- You have to be a blogger or a genuine reader who has something to write and share for the .NET/ Developer’s community.
- Screenshots or images used in the post should be relevant to the topic and should not be copied. If you take images from some sources, don’t forget to mention the source.
- Here are a few of the categories that we accept articles from. Please search on our website before writing a post so as to avoid duplicate posts.
- SQL Server
Things to remember before submitting your guest post
- Article Quality: Articles should be a minimum of 400 words and should cover the topic in detail. Incomplete details are like half-cooked food; no one loves incomplete articles. I take quality as one of the major considerations in accepting guest posts. To ensure your article gets published, write a very original piece which is written specifically for the DotNetCrunch audience.
- Credit: DotNetCrunch respects individual work and if your idea is derivative of someone else’s work, feel free to give them credit. The same goes for images that you use on your post. Please give credit where credit is needed.
- Screenshot: Images speak a thousand words. Add images to convey your message, but don’t add them just for the sake of it. If you are writing tutorials, take a screenshot.
- Self-promotion: We allow genuine contribution and don’t allow any backlinks as this is an educational website and the purpose is to spread knowledge. However, you will get a chance to build a brand for yourself by contributing a post to DotNetCrunch.
- Copyright: We respect everyone’s work. In case we find out that you have copied a post from somewhere else, you will get an instant ban and immediate removal of all your blog posts and profile from DotNetCrunch. Also, by submitting a post to DotNetCrunch, you give us copyright ownership of the post. This helps us to deal with any DMCA related issues.
- Comment: Comments are the conversations about your published article. Answer any queries related to your article via the comments. This will give you more exposure and help out your readers.
What happens after you submit an article?
Once you have submitted an article, we will review it. This process can take 2-3 days. If your article needs refinement, we may ask you to modify the article with necessary changes and re-submit. If everything seems good, we will publish your article.
Contribute your post to DotNetCrunch
If you have read and understood all of the guidelines mentioned above, you can submit your article directly from the WordPress dashboard. You can head over to the registration page and create an account. From there you can submit your article.
(Note: Unrelated posts or useless submissions will not be entertained.)
You can always discuss topics before submitting by sending an email to
admin at dotnetcrunch dot com.
If you have any queries regarding guest posting at DotNetCrunch, do let us know via the contact page.