Writing for Fabbaloo? [Source: Pixabay]
Every day you’ll see stories in Fabbaloo from our regular contributors, but have you ever thought you might see your words in our pages, through a guest post on Fabbaloo?
It’s entirely possible; we do accept guest posts, with some caveats. Typically we’ll host perhaps one or two each week, but they’ve undergone some scrutiny from us prior to publication.
That scrutiny is required because we receive a startling number of requests to post material on our site. Some days we receive several such requests. Unfortunately, most of them come from unscrupulous SEO organizations wishing to push links to one product or another. Even worse, many of these publishing requests are for entirely unrelated products that would seem very out of place in our ecosystem.
These we routinely decline.
But we do want to have more views on 3D printing technology in our pages, and for that we require your help. We seek material and opinions from individuals who have been involved in 3D printing and have something important to say. We’re particularly interested in new approaches to using 3D printing that could benefit the community at large.
We have prepared a set of guidelines we use to vet incoming publishing proposals, which you can review to see if there’s a good fit. We discuss what we are specifically looking for, and more importantly what we are not looking for. If you are able to meet our guidelines, there is a pretty good chance we’ll publish your material.
If you’re doing something interesting and want to tell everyone about it, by all means let us know. Send us an email with a brief explanation of who you are, and the opinion, project or thoughts you’d like to promote in the 3D printing community.
We’ll take a look at your proposal and consider it carefully. If we’d like to proceed and publish your story, we’ll work with you to ensure it reads well and has some impact.
But you think you’re not a writer? That’s okay, too. As long as you have a good topic and a draft of your material, we can help you complete it.
We don’t care who you are, as long as you have a good idea that people would like to hear. Whether you’re a seasoned 3D print veteran working in the field for decades, a new person to the technology or anything in between, we’d like to hear from you!
Please review our guidelines and application process and consider a submission.