Ubuntu Manual is going to step up its efforts in delivering content related to Ubuntu. To achieve that aim, Team Ubuntu Manual is looking for talented contributors who can promote Ubuntu on the web through their writings.
What do we see in a potential contributor
Ubuntu Manual is an English language website, so contributors are expected be very competent in writing articles in English and familiar with all the nuances of the language. The second requirement would naturally be to have a passion for Ubuntu, just as we have passion for Ubuntu, which encouraged us to bring out this website in the first place.
Guidelines for writing for Ubuntu Manual
- Posts should be written exclusively for Ubuntu Manual.
- Posts should posses a level of quality found in similar websites.
- Posts should feature up to date content.
- Post should contain a few images that are relevant to the content.
- Images in the post should be available in the public domain or under a suitable Creative Commons or Free Documentation License.
- Posts should be related to Ubuntu or variants or generic across GNU/Linux spectrum.
- Posts should not have been previously published in any other website and they should not be republished after submission.
- No affiliate codes or referral links are allowed in the posts.
- There should not be irrelevant links in the article and any irrelevant link will be edited out.
Payment and Compensation
All the articles will be reviewed to ensure that it meets all the above mentioned guidelines. If it does meet them we will publish it, otherwise it will be deemed rejected. Before you write your article send us a note with the topic and general outline to ensure that the article is something that is likely to get posted. Payment will be made for only those articles that are published. All payments will be made via Paypal or deposited in your bank accounts, whichever is more feasible.
All contributions will be attributed with a short description about the author and a link to the author page on the site. Authors will be able to link to their blogs and write descriptive profiles in their respective author pages.
So if you are interested in contributing to Ubuntu Manual, drop a mail at webmaster at ubuntumanual.org telling us a little about yourself and possibly links to a few samples of your previous work.
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