Welcome to Systemeblog! Here at Systemeblog, we take pride in being your premier source for the latest news, trends, and developments in the world of technology. But we’re more than just another tech blog. We prefer, rather, to explore the unique intersection between technology and various sectors of the modern economy. We aim to give our readers a unique and insightful glimpse into the technological tools that business, finance, and digital marketing professions all use to do their best work. We also enjoy exploring how technology factors into our modern lifestyle and the types of technology people use to enhance their lives.
Because Systemeblog covers such a diverse range of topics, we need content from a diverse array of writers! In addition to writing about the technology that interests us the most, we invite, and indeed rely on, independent writers to help us make Systemeblog what it is. After all, we can’t be experts on everything! Instead, we firmly believe individuals who have personal experience with a piece of technology or a service are best suited to explain what it is, how it works, and who can benefit from it the most.
For these reasons and more, we invite you to write for us! We’re always searching for quality articles about useful and innovative pieces of technology. So if you’re passionate about technology and how it enhances our personal and professional lives, send us your content so we can share it with our readers!
We’re excited that you’re interested in writing for Systemeblog! But before we can publish your writing, we ask that you follow a few simple guidelines. Below you’ll find a list of basic criteria that we look for in each article we publish. Just make sure your content conforms with these basic ground rules, and we’ll have your article published in no time.
a. Type of content
i. Here at Systemeblog, we’re your ultimate source for information about all the latest technology. But the world of technology is enormous! Because technology impacts nearly every facet of modern life, we enjoy publishing articles on a variety of topics.
We enjoy publishing list articles, product reviews, and articles that help our readers solve problems using technology, among others. As long as your article relates to the world of technology, there’s probably a place for it on Systemeblog!
b. Content must be original
i. We ask that all content you submit be your own, original work. This means absolutely no plagiarism and no copying of your previous work. We also welcome ghostwritten articles so long as you’re the only person using the article.
c. Unique and valuable
i. We ask all content submitted be unique. By this, we mean that we are not looking for content simply copied and pasted from elsewhere on the Internet. We also ask that your content help our readers solve a problem or inform them in some way.
d. Minimal keywords
i. Please keep keywords to a max of 1/100 words. The articles we publish are tailored toward human readers, not search engines.
e. Keep articles generally applicable
i. We encourage writers from all over the world to submit their content to Systemeblog. But because our readers, too, come from all over the world, we ask you write your articles in a way that people in diverse locations can read and find useful. For this reason, we ask that you don’t submit articles about topics that are specific to one location.
f. No advertising
i. Please don’t submit articles that contain advertising, self-promotion, or press releases.
g. Prohibited content
i. Systemeblog will under no circumstances accept content promoting violence, hatred, or racism. We will not accept content promoting pornography or other sexual content, hacking, weapons, drugs, or other illegal activities. This includes, but is not limited, to selling school papers, illegal streaming sites, and contraband pharmaceuticals. We also do cover politics or religion, so please avoid submitting articles on these topics, as well. Finally, please do not submit derivative content.
h. Write in English
i. Systemeblog is published in English. Because we don’t currently have the resources to publish content in multiple languages, we ask that all articles be submitted in native English. If your native language is not English, you are still welcome to submit content to Systemeblog! We ask only that you write the article in English from the beginning instead of writing it in your native language and using a translation tool to translate your content into English.
i. Please include a relevant image to be used as the header to your article. Writers are also welcome to include additional relevant images in any article submitted to Systemeblog as long as it adds value to the article.
ii. Keep in mind, you must have full rights to use any image you include with your article.
i. Please ensure your article is free of spelling and grammatical errors before submitting it for publication.
Below you’ll find the technical formatting guidelines for articles submitted to Systemeblog. We ask all articles submitted to Systemeblog adhere to these guidelines. This helps us keep our content clean and uniform across the site.
i. Each article must have a title. Please capitalize only the first word of the title, unless other words would otherwise require capitalization.
ii. Please do not include any links, URLs, email address, or author names.
iii. No HTML tags in the title.
b. Article summary
i. We ask each for each article to begin with a brief summary.
ii. Please do not include links, URLs, email address, or author names in the summary either.
iii. Do not simply repeat the article title. Instead, use the summary to give your readers a brief idea of what the article is about.
c. Article body
1. Here at Systemeblog, we strive to publish articles that are informative, yet accessible. For this reason, we ask all articles submitted to be at least 800 words in length. You’re welcome to submit longer articles if the extra length adds to the value of the article. But please do not inflate the word count with redundancies. Keep your writing concise and informative. An article that is short and to-the-point is often more valuable than a longer article that lacks focus.
ii. Use paragraphs
1. Please make sure your article is organized into paragraphs. Use one line break to separate each paragraph.
a. Please make sure your articles are well-researched and supported by strong authority. Cites and links to high-authority sites, such as encyclopedias and major news sources are encouraged.
2. Self-serving links
a. Please limit self-serving links to two per article, if any at all. Remember, we don’t accept articles that contain advertising or are blatantly trying to sell a product or service.
a. In any event, please avoid using standalone URLs in the body of your article.
iv. Personal information
1. Please do not include any personal information in your article. This include email address, author names, or contact information.
Once again, thank you for your interest in writing for Systemeblog! We rely on authors like you to help us produce content the content that we’re proud to share with our readers.