Write For Us
At KnowledgeHut, we are always keen on connecting passionate writers with ardent readers.
You have found the right platform to key-in your valuable thoughts and reach out to a wider audience base.
Note that we only consider articles on and around these topics:
Agile, Project Management, Data Science, DevOps, Cloud Computing, IT Service Management, BI And Visualization, Big Data, Programming, Web Development, Mobile App Development, Software Testing, Business Management, Quality Management, IT Security, Digital Marketing, Risk Management, Finance.
As a valued contributor, you will be able to educate thousands of KnowledgeHut readers with your unique perspectives.
More reasons to write for us
- Your unique posts will receive an unmatched exposure to a global audience
- Your contributions at KnowledgeHut can go in the publication portfolio of your resume
- We make sure writers receive the due recognition and have an author bio for every article
- You can provide links to all your social media profiles. Your readers can now reach out to you with their feedback
- We actively promote your articles on multiple platforms like social networking sites and newsletters
Should you want your article to be featured on KnowledgeHut blog, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Append the following to your e-mail-
- Blog topics/ideas
- Article outline and a synopsis
- A short (2-3 line) author bio
We encourage content that is
To be curated to our website, your content must be 100% original and should not bear resemblance with any related content published elsewhere.
We welcome articles that mostly educate our readers on Agile practices, management, trends and technologies in the IT industry. Any content relevant to the courses we offer is encouraged.
Our esteemed writers, who are also the seasoned industry experts, present in-depth and well-researched articles. To be featured on our website, your content needs to be rich in relevant information and industry updates.
Only the well-articulated blogs get published on our website. As a writer, your approach should be very unique so as to engage your readers.
Get started. Submit your first post.
We make sure to have a hassle-free submission process for our first-time guest post contributors. Follow a few simple steps-
- Content: Prepare an original and insightful content that will be useful to our readers. Share useful tips or updates that can benefit the readers. Use a unique and catchy headline.
- Readability: Make sure you submit a well-formatted post that is scannable. Include headers, sub-headers, bulleted points and tables wherever possible.
- Error-free articles: Proofread your articles before submitting.
- Credits: Add a 2-line credit at the end of the post. It will begin with your name and you may include one link there.
- Formatting: Prepare a draft post first. Next, you can copy and paste the HTML into an e-mail or send it as a .txt attachment.
- No affiliate links
Once you submit your blog, please give us 2-3 business days to revert. We receive hundreds of articles every day, which are carefully reviewed by our domain experts. Please be informed that your articles may require a few revisions if it is yet to meet the standards mandated by our subject matter experts.
Once your post goes live
- We encourage you to promote it on your social media profiles and to your blog followers
- Check, read, and respond to the comments on your posts
Content guidelines and writing instructions for KnowledgeHut blogs
- Article length: 1000 words (minimum)
- The title should be meaningful, catchy and consistent with the article's contents
- The article should be of high-quality content, not widely available on the Internet and not basic or trivial
- Article content should be informative and In-depth, addressing areas of interest for a wide audience
- Content should be in line with the topic being discussed (heading)
Punctuations and Formatting
- Never use ampersands (&) in place of "and" (unless it's called for, such as in a company name like Johnson & Johnson).
- Be careful about your comma (,) usage
- Use hyphens (-) to create compound words and double hyphens (—) to create a break in a sentence.
- Do not use double hyphens as a replacement for commas — they are very different.
- Semicolons should only be used to separate two statements within a single sentence that are grammatically complete and not joined by a conjunction (e.g. "I like KFC burgers; they're really tasty."). An easy test is to ask yourself if the two phrases could be separated by a period (i.e. "I like KFC burgers. They're really tasty."). If they could, use a semicolon.
- Use exclamation marks sparingly (and only ever use one (e.g. not "I am so excited!!!!").
- Use consistent formatting in font faces, colours and headings
- Create a headline that touches on one or more of the following: urgency, speed, ease, desirability, intrigue, controversy, outlandishness.
- Use AP style-title case for headlines: http://titlecase.com/#aptcase.
- Keep headlines and sub-headers short and snappy.
- Break up your content regularly with sub-headers (every 3-5 paragraphs or so).
- Make sure that your sub-headers are consistently phrased.
- Provide image suggestions (either as reference images or as hand-drawn sketches)
- Images should be self-explanatory and should convey the main idea being discussed
- Present useful information in the form of charts/graphs or tables
- Include plenty of graphical elements to break up the relative monotony of your text when possible: photographs, Tweets, videos, screenshots, blockquotes, tables, charts, and so on.
- All images should be relevant to the posts
- Use bold to highlight key phrases (but use sparingly).
- Use italics to add emphasis to a particular word.
- Never use ALL CAPS (it seems like you're shouting) and do not underline anything (it will look like a link).
- The article should be share-worthy (as we promote the best articles on multiple platforms) and helpful for fellow professionals
- Latest updates on the particular course/technology being discussed should be emphasized
- Case studies, statistics, image suggestions should be provided wherever applicable
- The "Introduction" should present a quick overview of the entire article
- Do not present information as plain text. Break them into separate paragraphs, bulleted points (or lists) with catchy subheadings.
- Use lists whenever possible. They're attractive to readers and make the text far easier to digest.
- Include relevant quotes, tweets, YouTube video links, and screenshots
- Conclude every blog with an inclusive summary of all the points discussed
- Before starting with any topic, do detailed research on the topic, related topics and existing articles published on popular websites.
- Try multiple variations of the keywords (main topic) to find the top blogs and see how those are presented, identify areas that can be improved, and cover all possible aspects in your article
- Try to make the article more reader-oriented (in terms of look and feel of the content).
- Maintain a proper flow in the content. Important points should be curated in a sequence
- Your article should present an analytical approach (simply combining information from multiple sources will not suffice)
Please note: In every article, we may provide links to:
- Our related courses and blogs
- Tweets and YouTube videos related to the topic
Terms and conditions
By submitting your blog post, you consent to a non-remunerated contribution. You also agree that you are not eligible for any employee benefit plans or programs. You cannot hold yourself out as our agent or representative or attempt to bind us to any obligations. Once you submit the content to us, we have complete right over it - we may re-publish or distribute the content for marketing and promotional purposes, online or offline, in any medium and mode of delivery.
Last updated: 05th June, 2019.