Write For Us
Do you want to share your knowledge in tech-related topics with our readers in 197 countries around the world?
Do you want to create a helpful guide about starting a career in tech?
Do you want to publish an article about freelancing or creating a killer portfolio website?
Then you are in the right place. We are currently accepting guest posts for our blog, and would love to hear your ideas.
Please read the guidelines below – we are looking forward to hearing from you!
Guest posts can only contain backlinks to a personal website, blog or social network account.
Learn more about sponsoring an article (with backlinks to a business website or blog) by emailing us at email@example.com.
What we are looking for
MikkeGoes.com is accepting guest posts aimed beginner and intermediate-level readers interested in coding, web development, and freelancing.
Your guest post needs to help our readers teach themselves more about:
- Coding and computer programming
- Web development and web design
- Computer science
- Other technical skills, software, and tools
- Starting a career in tech
- Freelancing and starting a side gig
- Working from home
- Prepping for tech job interviews
- Creating and managing a portfolio website
Please note that we don’t accept guest posts about advanced or unnecessarily complicated topics for our readers.
Important guest post guidelines
- Your content must be original. It can not appear anywhere else online or offline, including your own website or blog.
- We only publish non-promotional guest blog posts that are valuable, helpful and high-quality to our readers. If an article doesn’t meet our requirements, we can’t publish it on the blog.
- All articles should be 1,200+ words. Fill your article with useful and valuable content. Don’t make your post long just to meet our requirements.
- Pay attention to readability. Break up your text by using sub-headings, lists, screenshots, flowcharts, and other visual elements to support your content.
- Start your article with a value-driven opening using a personal tone (use “I” and “you”), promising your reader a clear benefit they get from reading it.
- Close your article with a concise call-to-action (“CTA”), e.g. by asking the reader to leave a comment, share the article etc.
- Please follow our policy of one (1) self-promotional backlink per regular guest post. This can be to your own blog or website, social media account, or email address. If you would like more links back to your site, consider sponsoring a post. You can learn more about blog sponsorships by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- We reserve the right to edit your article for clarity, layout, headings, images, SEO, linking to related blog posts etc.
- If your article is published, you will be asked to include a short author bio and headshot. For a regular guest post, the bio must refer to an individual author (not a company or group). If you would like an author bio for a company or group, we allow more flexibility with sponsored blog posts.
Submitting your article ideas
- Contact us per email.
- In your email please include a draft post title and a short description of the article.
- Tell us why your post would be a good fit for our readers.
- Please include any relevant past writing you have done in the past and a short bio about yourself.
- Also let us know how you would promote your guest post. Of course we’ll do what we can to share it with the right target audience, too.
- Label your email subject “Guest post for Mikke Goes” so it doesn’t get lost.
- Email your ideas to email@example.com.