Developer Tutorials strives to provide its users with a regular supply of cutting-edge programming and design guides keeping them up-to-date on new and emerging technologies and techniques. To help fuel this effort we continually seek knowledgeable writers to produce unique, high quality tutorials.
We are looking for individuals who are at the forefront of the industry and are able to pass their knowledge in a clear and logical manner to our users. Compensation is sent immediately after your tutorial is published. We are currently accepting tutorials in the current categories:
Writing List Based Articles
We are also looking for articles referencing cool and useful lists that our users would both be interested in and benefit from reading. An example of this is “30 Cool Web Tools to Make Your Development Easier” or “30 Awesome Photoshop Movie Poster Tutorials”. List based articles must target web developers or designers.
*Please note that list articles should include a solid description for each item in the list and should include screenshots or graphics where appropriate.
Building Your Reputation
DeveloperTutorials.com receives a high volume of users daily many of which are also other sites looking for writers. Add to your reputation or build one by showcasing your writing on developertutorials.com and know that you are getting great exposure.
For each tutorial you provide include your author biography which includes, a description of your business or your interests and a link to your website. Authors are also encouraged to participate in any discussions about their tutorials by means of comments and on social media.
We pay cash for your tutorials and list based articles so not only are you helping out fellow coders and designers but you are making more of a name for yourself and/or your business and getting paid for doing so. Pay rates depend on factors such as the quality of the tutorial/article and the demand for the topic it covers.
Tutorials are required to be a minimum of 1000 words and should include illustrations (screenshots etc) if needed to more effectively portray your message.
If you have any questions about writing tutorials for developertutorials.com please contact us at editor [at] developertutorials [.] com