Write For Us

Do you have electrical or electronics engineering expertise or experience that you want to share with the world?

You don’t have to be a professional in order to create/write quality content that students and hobbyists love. In fact, most of the content on our website is created by young hobbyists and tinkers who really love what they do.

Our editors will help you to refine your writing skills and your technical information, and after the article is published, you get paid.

 

Types of Content we publish

Technical Articles

If you are good at explaining electrical or electronics concepts through images and diagrams then you are the perfect fit for this role.

These articles can include topics from Electrical or electronics engineering, latest theories, experiments, etc.

As a writer, you can pitch topics you feel passionate about or work with our editorial team to ideate a topic that will fill a content gap. Some technical articles you might write include:

  • Introductions to topics ranging from high-level theory to advanced concepts in specific disciplines like motors and generators in Electrical and Converters in Electronics.
  • Tutorials and guides on how to use relevant tools and programs like Proteus, Matlab, Labview etc.

 

Articles on components/devices

If you have good writing skills and sound knowledge of various components like sensors, microcontroller boards, Mosfet and Transistors, etc, then you can start writing for us right away!

Our content manager will provide you the topic details on which you have to write the article.

You don’t have to be a professional and know everything about that device/component but you must be willing to research on your own and write the article.

You can go through the articles posted in this category from here.

 

Project Articles

You can pitch your project idea to us. If the project requires PCB, we may sponsor the PCB as well. You can submit the project article from any of the following categories:

  • Arduino or Atmega based projects
  • Raspberry Pi projects
  • ESP32/ESP8266
  • Any other Wi-Fi or IoT based project