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There’s one common key to getting accepted on these technology blogs.
One similar attribute almost all of these blogs are looking for in a guest author.
It’s not necessarily to be knowledgeable in techy things or writing a detailed post that’s free from grammatical errors, though that’s part of it.
Plagiarism is an all-time turn-off, but that’s not it.
Heck, it’s not even writing on a completely new topic.
We must admit that there’s nothing that hasn’t been written about online.
The skill that’ll give you a higher chance of being accepted is approaching topics from your unique angle of insight.
Quality websites shy away from publishing regurgitated stuff, neither do readers care to read about something they’ve seen somewhere before.
Every topic online has been beaten to death.
The only thing that’s new and will prove exciting to read is your perspective on a particular topic.
Nobody thinks exactly like you.
The world wants to hear your revealing expertise about a specific subject.
Once you know this, you’re 70% ahead of the swarm of those lobbying for a guest post opportunity.
It’s time to write out what’s going on in that brilliant head of yours for all to read.
Let’s take a look at the tech blogs looking for contributors.
19 Tech Blogs That Accept Guest Posts Right Now
These tech blogs are looking for contributors. Go through each of them and submit your proposal, or you can bookmark this page and come back to it later.
iTechGyan is a tech blog seeking to publish all technology-related articles.
You do not need to have a previous writing sample before you can get accepted, they welcome all great ideas.
What they do require, however, is that you write an article with your unique voice and insight to avoid cranking out generic content.
Even if you haven’t been published anywhere, they are still open to receiving your guest post pitch.
This is a perfect opportunity to get your post on a high-quality technology site.
Techenger is a technology blog that focuses on blogging about new tech trends, updates, and news.
It covers a range of broad topics for guest posting such as automobile, health, website, gaming, cloud, robotics, and artificial intelligence.
Currently, they have some categories that they would love to cover such as virtual reality, cybersecurity, IT & Communication, and gadgets & app.
To submit your guest post on Techenger, your post must be a minimum of 500 words (ideally the word count must be around 600-1200) and must include one feature image.
You should also provide an SEO title, meta description, and keywords within the body of the article.
Yes, you can include two links max inside your guest post.
And don’t forget to send an author bio with 2-3 lines along with your post.
Techscopy is a fast-rising community comprising of a team of technology bloggers.
This website favors guest bloggers who create posts with SEO in mind. The requirement for word count per submitted post is 1500+ words.
All links in your guest post will carry the nofollow attribute. If you want a dofollow link, you’ll have to opt for a sponsored/paid content.
Their guideline says a post won’t be published if there are no internal links to other live Techscopy blog posts.
Before they accept a guest post, they check if you’re properly targeting a U.S. based keyword with low competition and high volume search traffic.
Emphasis is placed on SEO if you want your guest post to be accepted.
Tech Sightings is actively looking for tech writers to bless their readers with peculiar insights in technology-related topics.
The topics they’re looking to cover are business technology, gadgets, marketing, big data, gaming, mobile operating systems like Android, iOS, cloud, web apps, marketing, and much more.
Besides the obvious fact that images should accompany your guest posts, the recommended word count is from 700 to 2,500 words.
Posts can be submitted through Microsoft Word or Google Docs format.
CKAB is an established tech blog open to receiving guest authors.
Tech bloggers are welcome to write on topics such as computers, technology, tech tricks, smartphones, operating systems, gadget reviews, startups, software, social media trends, and much more.
Writers are promised exposure to traffic as all guest posts will be shared on CKAB’s various social media handles.
Two backlinks are allowed for a tech writer, one in the author bio and the other inside the body of the blog post.
The nature of the links isn’t specified to know whether it’ll contain a dofollow or nofollow attribute.
Also, the minimum word count of an article must be at least 600 words.
You’re encouraged to write detailed articles, with screenshots if possible, to increase your chances of getting accepted.
Creately is a high-authority technology website, and as a result, they’re extra selective about the kind of articles they publish.
They are currently interested in publishing guest posts on two specific categories – diagramming and visual communication.
As a site that gets over 100,000 monthly visitors, it’s best to go through their published posts so that you can become acquainted with their topics and writing style.
Articles submitted are required to be 500+ words with two links to go with it. One link to your blog and the other link to your social media channel in the author’s bio.
Wonder of Tech
Wonder of Tech is a website about personal technology for everyday people.
Due to the volume of guest post request this site receives, you have to pitch differently if you want to stand out from the crowd.
Carolyn says that you have to address her by name and let your email reflect that you have some knowledge of Wonder of Tech.
And before you write an article, you must send the article idea just in case it has been covered before or if it’s a good fit for the audience.
Some topics that need to be covered in Wonder of Tech include cool gadgets, awesome apps, social media tips, helpful tips, and fun websites.
This website favors guest authors that have been published on other websites.
Remember to send in some links to your blog or your guest posts at other blogs.
Boomer Tech Talk
Boomer Tech Talk is a technology website that caters to the generation born between 1946-1964, also known as the “Generation of Baby Boomers.”
As you must’ve guessed already, this blog is for the elderly.
The kind of guest post they accept is one which is of interest to the boomers and also has a touch of tech.
It is appreciated if you take the time out to share your published guest post on your various social media handles.
They prefer that you let them know if you’re proposing a guest post on behalf of a company from the start.
Images are also welcome.
Tech Patio is a technology currently open to accepting guest posts. The minimum word count required for a post is 400 words.
It’s rare to find a blog like this that allows affiliate links in a guest post. Though all affiliate links will be marked as nofollow.
They allow several dofollow links in the body of the article, though the maximum number isn’t specified.
Concerning dofollow links, a word of caution is given – it shouldn’t be spammy.
Though they have a guideline page for guest posting, there’s no form to submit a guest post request.
They prefer to be contacted directly via their contact page.
Before you start writing your guest post, as usual, reach out to them through their contact form with your article idea and they’ll usually get back to you within 24 hours.
TechBii is one of the top-rated technology blogs in India with over 13,000 daily page views and 7,000 unique site visits.
With their combined social media following, guest posting here means that your article will appear before thousands of eyeballs, leading to an upshot of increased brand awareness for you.
Like all high-quality websites that accept guest posts, your article should be polished to the best standard possible to get accepted.
There are some hot topics that need to be covered at TechBii.
Topics like blogging and SEO, WordPress and Blogger, how-to articles and tutorials, and Android are listed as highly recommended on their guidelines page.
It should be noted that they don’t accept the review of any software or product. If an article promotes a product, you’re likely going to get charged for it.
Technology End has put in place a process for contributors to start submitting guest posts.
You’ll need to head over to their guidelines page and create a contributor account.
Then you log in to your account to add a brief bio of yourself and a gravatar image. You’re also allowed to add one link to your website on your author bio in HTML.
Then you can write your article and submit it for review.
Technology End prefers all articles to be at least 500+ words, provide an internal link to a previously published blog post, with zero tolerance for affiliate links.
Tech Blazes is ready to accept your guest post with a link back to your website.
Though links are generally nofollow, you can get a dofollow link by applying to be an elite contributor.
The only requirement for being an elite contributor is to submit at least three guest posts a month.
An image is required to accompany a submitted guest post.
The categories currently looking to be covered in Tech Blazes are mobile reviews, operating systems, laptops, apps and games, how-to tech articles, and tech updates.
To get started, all you need to do is to contact the administrator to create a contributor account for you.
After that, you can submit your post with an image for review.
Make sure your article is free from grammatical errors.
TrueTech is a high domain authority website that promises to give you a backlink to either your blog or social media profile.
As usual with top-rated tech sites like this, they prohibit articles with affiliate links.
All that they need is a brief introduction from you, including your full name, your blog’s URL or social media handle, and your Facebook profile to verify your identity.
Obviously, they prefer guest posts that touch on technology.
Along with your feature image or video for an article, you’re ready to start writing your article right on their website (they have a feature for that).
Tech Splashers are looking for guest post writers who are passionate about topics like data science, technology news, information technology, virtual reality, and others.
They require that your articles shouldn’t be copied from somewhere as they have strict guidelines they adhere to.
Some of their guidelines are that they’ll offer you two links pointing back to your site and that there’s zero toleration for articles that contain promotional content.
You’ll do well to submit your tech posts to them for increased brand awareness.
Iamwire is an established blog that writes about business, technology, and management.
They invite all guest authors that write in that same niche to share content with their readers.
Though there are no specific guidelines here, it’s safe to take into consideration the general rules that govern most technology blogs that accept guest posts.
iTechCode is a complete technology blog looking for guest authors.
Guest authors that can cover topics like social media, blogging, SEO, WordPress, internet marketing, how-to tech guides, tech news, and software review.
The admin advises that you check out the sitemap so you won’t cover topics that have already been published.
It’s always best to email your topic idea before writing it.
All guest posts are promoted on all the social media profiles of iTechCode, giving you massive visibility and brand awareness.
There’s a promise of dofollow backlinks for every published guest post. The number of backlinks isn’t specified, but rest assured it’s plural.
Aside from that, you’re also required to provide internal links to two live articles at iTechCode with no outbound link whatsoever.
An image will do well to go with the guest post.
Tech Startups is a website where tech founders and enthusiasts converge to know the latest tech news, innovations, and technology startup news.
They are looking for contributors just like you who can feed them this juicy information and more.
The word count must be above 500 words and the post should include a copyright-free image.
Some hot topics on Tech Startups that’ll currently give you an edge on being accepted are startup success and failure stories, startups changing the world with disruptive technologies, startup founder stories, and emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and blockchain.
Calling All Geeks
Calling All Geeks is a technology blog owned by the founder of ShoutMeLoud.com, Harsh Agrawal.
On this website, the topics of focus are guest posts about iPhone, technology, operating system, review of laptops, tips, tricks, and gadgets.
While no affiliate link is allowed on an article, guest authors can make money from their post through an Adsense revenue sharing program.
Google ads will be displayed on your guest post and you’ll be allowed to earn from it.
This is another rare blog that allows bloggers to make money from guest blogging.
Technically Easy is a tech blog with strict submission guidelines. All links, including those pointing to your personal blog, are nofollow.
The word count of a guest post must be at least 1000 words.
Outbound links aren’t allowed on sites that deal with gambling, adult or violent content, hate speeches, drugs, and coursework or essays.
Guest posts are required to be submitted in HTML format within a text document. Two links are allowed in the post, one in the author’s bio and the other in the body of the post.
To get a feel for the kind of articles they accept, you can browse through their already published blog posts.
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