Share your passion for WordPress with thousands of readers by writing for WPUniversity.com.
As a contributor, you’ll get your own user account and author profile, complete with full recognition on the content that you produce. (No “Guest Blogger” author boxes for you!) You’ll also have a generous amount of freedom in deciding what type of content you’d like to contribute, be it lessons for our Learning Center or articles for the blog.
Here’s how to go about it:
- Take a look at our About page to get an idea of what we do and what our philosophy is. (Put simply: We create useful guides and resources for WordPress users.)
- Review our Contributor Guidelines below.
- If everything sounds good to you, complete the form at the bottom of this page.
Have a tip, but not interested in contributing as a writer?
Select “Tip” in the form at the bottom of the page.
This is a non-definitive list of guiding principles for our content.
Keep in mind that these are subject to change at any time.
What We Like
- Short-form content, 500-1000 words per lesson page or article.
- Skim-friendly paragraphs. Only a few sentences, please!
- Smart use of subheadings. (Again, skim-friendliness rules.)
- Simple explanations and familiar examples. “Would my dentist understand this?”
- Friendly, fun style. (The MailChimp team knows what this is all about.)
- Also: Thoughtful writing that’s both educational and entertaining.
- Original, substantial content. Reviews, editorials, et al.
- Multimedia. Video, images, audio, oh my!
What We Don’t Like
- Contributing for SEO link building. We’re not into that.
- Blatant clickbait, uninteresting lists, or slideshows. (We’re not Upworthy.)
- Top Ten lists (unless they’re surprisingly amazing).
- Unoriginal/duplicate content.