We all have different experiences when it comes to learning how to code. And I want to share more than just my own.
That's why I'm looking for guest posts from others who are (1) learning to code or (2) who have already “made it”, and are looking to pass advice along to newbies.
If you're serious about writing a post…
- Please look over the LTCWM style guide before submitting an article pitch.
- Email me your idea(s) at firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email please include: a working post title, a short (2-3 sentence) description of the post(s), any relevant writing you have done in the past (2-3 samples is sufficient) and a bit about you.
Please make the email subject line “Article idea for LTCWM” so I don't miss it.
After the article idea is approved, additional information on posting will be provided.
- If your article gets published, you will be asked to include a short author bio and a headshot. For regular guest posts, the bio must refer to an individual author rather than a company or group.
- I will not publish any guest posts that are clearly for the sole purpose of generating traffic back to your own website.
- There is a strict policy of 2 backlinks per guest post – these can be to your own website, social media accounts, or email address.
- If you are interested in having more than 2 backlinks in your guest post, please email me at email@example.com about available sponsorship opportunities.