Write For Us
At Weekly Webtips, we publish in-depth tutorials related to web development. We believe in simplicity and that the web is easier to understand than most believe.
We are always looking for great tutorials that help people better understand the world of web technologies. If you have something interesting to share, don’t hesitate to submit a draft using the form below!
Why should I contribute?
What Will I Receive?
By publishing with Weekly Webtips, you will open your story to a new audience. If your submission gets accepted, we will promote your article to get the exposure it deserves. This means we will:
- Publish your article on our Medium publication
- Promote your article on our Twitter account
- Share your story with our email list and followers
- Great stories will also be featured on our home page
It’s important to mention that you retain full ownership of your article and you will be able to edit or delete your story at any moment. Still, we are looking for writers that are in for the long run. We appreciate it if you don’t remove articles once added to our publication.
What Should I Write About?
We not only accept articles strictly related to coding, but we are especially interested in the technical side of things. Do you write about optimization, performance, accessibility, or SEO? Share with us!
As long as your content is related to web development, you can submit your work.
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Some things that we are looking for in your article:
- You need to have a Medium account. You should have a name, a short bio, and a picture of you.
- Your article must be original and your own.
- Your article should have a compelling title and an optional subtitle. We recommend adding a subtitle for further clarification, but it is not mandatory.
- Your article should have a relevant cover image that you have the right to use. We recommend using Unsplash. Always give credit to the author.
- Your article’s read time should be at least 2 minutes long.
- You should use short sentences and break down your article with subheadings. Also include images if your article is long and you need in-depth explanations.
- When using images, include an alternative text. (use alt tags)
- If your article includes code snippet, use gists. We recommend using the Code Medium Chrome extension, which helps you easily create gists right inside your article.
- If you are citing, please include links throughout your article to the original sources. Statistical statements should also be backed up by trustworthy sources.
- Please don’t include personal call to actions, such as “subscribe to my newsletter” or “buy my course”. If you have outbound links to personal resources that add value, that is completely fine.
How Do I Submit?
You can submit your draft using our submission form:
After we reviewed your submission, we will make light edits to it to adhere to the content guidelines. This mostly includes fixing typos and styling issues.
Once you are added as a writer to the publication, you can submit your stories directly through Medium. You don’t need to use the form above anymore.
We look forward to hearing from you!