If you’d like to share your expertise to inspire and empower other Engineers Garage readers, here’s a guide to get you started.
And before you ask, yes, it’s free—there’s no cost to participate.
EngineersGarge has a huge community that includes electronics professionals, design engineers, engineering students and hobbyists. If you have uniquely relevant and useful knowledge or expertise in semiconductor industry then this is an opportunity to educate and share what you’ve learned with our growing community across the globe.
It all begins with a great idea. It might be as simple as covering the basics of how a commonly used component works, or something as complex as explaining the science behind a new or even existing technology, tech innovations, future developments, current news, reviews etc. anything that you think would help in their learning and innovate.
Please remember, this is not a place to share promotional content which includes company’s PR, your product or service promotion, links directed to your page, self promotions etc. If you want to plug your business or service, then we aren’t the right fit. Only content EngineersGarage editors will find useful for community will be considered for review.
Why write for us?
We have 200k+ registered users, 500k+ Page views. You will be able to reach huge audience and get recognition for your work. Your article if accepted will be promoted on our social media channels. We have one million plus followers on FB and growing community on Twitter and YouTube.
Because contributing authors work with Engineers Garage editors to develop, produce, and publish these articles, submissions must be exclusive for EngineersGarage.com. Provide original, personal, and honest work. That means readers can only find them here, not on your organization’s website or elsewhere, including your own blog, and does not include any sections taken from a previously published post.
Much of the value of these articles comes from keeping them short enough to read within a few minutes, but that’s no easy feat. These pieces run between 1000 and 1200 words, divided into four or five sections with section headers. Headlines and subheads are how readers will decide whether to take the time to dive into your piece. A compelling and captivating headline will also keep you focused on telling the story that the headline promises to deliver, which will help you decide exactly what information to include—and what to leave out.
Authors will also need to provide at least one high-resolution image for publication to help readers better comprehend the subject. Photographs and illustrations should be at least 300 dpi and a few inches wide; 500 KB will usually work online.
Include thumbnail images within the document and attach images separately as .png or .jpg. If your post feels like a good fit for the website at this time, you will receive a response within four weeks. If you don’t receive a response, please feel free to try again with a different post.
Include a bio, 60 words or fewer, at the bottom of the post. You can include as many links as you’d like.
Do’s and Don’ts
Show off your expertise by packing the article full of as much useful guidance and advice as possible. Share a specific article from your experience while working in the electronics domain/industry, with good images, facts, and details. Offer insights and practical tips to help readers overcome similar challenges. Try thinking of it as a “what is” or “how to” type of article. Get into the details of the technology involved. Remember that the audience is made up of electronics engineers.
Reserve self-promotion to your bio (As opposed to marketing a business, course, workshop, or service directly in the post). Please note that the links in the body of the post may be removed.
Please only submit posts that you have written, not a post from a staff writer at your website or a client that has hired you for PR.
How to Submit
Fill out the form below with all required information including title, by line, your title, and MS Word document. Please only send one submission per form. Include thumbnail images within the document and attach images separately as .png or .jpg. If your post feels like a good fit for the website at this time, you will receive a response within four weeks. If you don’t receive a response, please feel free to try again with a different post.
You may be asked to revise to make your post stronger or clearer, and your proposed title may be changed before the post goes live. Your post may be edited for clarity, grammar, and overall style. If there are any major changes made, you will be asked to review and approve it first.
Thank You for the insights you share, and for being part of the Engineers Garage Community!