Submit an Article

Skillonpage is looking for new and quality articles between 1,000-2,000 words to fit the guest authors.

Standard Rules

1. Submit an article that meets to one of the available categories. Read the recent posts and about to get the idea for our typical perspective.

2. Stay away from submitting an article that is certainly very similar to any of our published posts. Check what has already been posted on your subject.

3. You give us a never ending license to your article while you preserve the copyright. We may also send out your post throughout email newsletters, social networking sites, or other online communities.

4. You have no privilege to remove your post after it has been published.


Q: Can I afterward post my submission on different sites?

A: Of course, if you link back to your original article that is posted here. This way is vital, so search engines don’t assume we are stealing articles from other websites.

Q: Can I publish an article which has been posted on other websites?

A: Absolutely no, we only accept authentic articles.

Q: Can I take advantage of this article to showcase or to link to my other work?

A: As long as your blog or website is relevant to your submission, you can have a contextual link that leads to your blog or website, or another web page that can help our readers to get more relevant information. It could be an article that you submitted on another website, Twitter profile, Facebook profile, Linkedin profile, etc. So the key here is relevant, but not a product, sales, service, or squeeze pages. However, if you are in need of more website promotion or referral, consider our Sponsored Post.

Q: Will I get paid for my contribution?

A: No, only our official writers get paid for their participation.

Q: Can I work as a regular official writer on Skillonpage?

A: At the moment, we do not hire an additionally paid writer. You only get the benefit of promotional content and link to your articles.

Q: Can I submit using an anonymous name?

A: Absolutely! You can submit your article under a pen name, but you need to include both a first and last name. We don’t accept contributions from nicknames like Tiger88 or 9and7_Laxman. Instead, you can use your real company name, for example, My Company Name, Co., Ltd.

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