Write for DebugPoint.com

Interested in writing articles and make an identity for yourself online while getting paid? Want to showcase your talents and or expertise? Want to show the expertise of yourself or your project and make it visible to thousands of Linux experts and Tech enthusiasts every day? Here’s how.

Option 1: Donate your article

Send your article as a .doc .docx or .odt document to contact@debugpoint.com, If we think it will be of interest to our audience we will accept your donation of the content, edit and format it, and publish it on the site with credit at the author section of the page including your name, bio and your own website. In order for us to publish the article, it must be original content, about Technology, Linux, Windows and or free and open source software, and you must sign the contributor agreement giving the article copyright to us.

Option 2: Become a professional blogger

Email contact@debugpoint.com some ideas of what topics you would like to cover, how long (word counts) the articles will be, some idea of your level of expertise, and the price you charge for writing articles. We can discuss over email about pricing options. You can browse through the website to find out what type of articles we post.

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