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Can you write for RAWinfopages? Sure you can! We are always on the lookout for great articles to post on the website and if you have the writing skills, we have the place to show them off.

RAWinfopages is a great place to publish your writing and it can be fun and rewarding creating articles for the web, especially as RAWinfopages gets thousands of visitors every month. Grab their attention with something good!

To help with getting your article in front of eyeballs, it will be promoted on the front page of the website and on various social networks, including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn and other places. Of course, it will help if you also promote your post too and this is just as important.

Writer’s guidelines

  • Articles must be tech-related and relevant to the website
  • It must be all your own work and 800+ words
  • It must be unique and not published elsewhere
  • It must be well written with good English (we may edit it)
  • It must not contain affiliate links (unless they’re ours!)
  • Images must be yours or public domain (state the source)
  • Include a short ‘author bio’ to go at the end
  • A decision to publish is taken after an article has been read

Join the team as a writer

In the one-in-a-million chance you write just for fun or want to join a tech website as a contributor, we would love to have you as part of the team. Posts will be emailed at first, but show you are responsible and can write and you could get an editorial account on RAWinfopages and access to the admin side. Posts are written in the latest version of WordPress.

You can learn a lot by contributing to a website and a free account will be made for you so you can get the membership benefits. Join us! How? Email us and tell us what you want to write about.

Sponsored posts

In our experience, what 99.9% of writers really want is a way to promote a website, product or service. That’s fine, RAWinfopages is a great place to promote them and it reaches a valuable tech audience. There are some additional rules for posts:

  • Posts are labelled ‘Sponsored’
  • A small payment is required for posts
  • A decision to publish is taken after an article has been read

There are other rules, but they are just common-sense, like being tech related, no gambling or adult content, and so on.

Links – nofollow or dofollow?

Sponsored posts must contain nofollow links, it’s the rule everywhere on the web. Write for the exposure, to reach an audience, to engage with people, not to build backlinks.

Writers can include an ‘author bio’ at the end of an article that describes who they are and what they do. Link to a social network so readers can contact them, like LinkedIn or Twitter.

If you are the owner of a website or work full time for one, a regular (dofollow) link to to the site, something like “Author bio: Roland Waddilove is the owner of / works at rawinfopages.co.uk” may be allowed. You must be listed on the ‘About’ page of your website.

Email your ideas and articles

Zip the text and images and email it, or write on Microsoft OneDrive or Google Docs and share a link to the document.

Email: roland.waddilove@rawinfopages.co.uk