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Write on the Boot.dev Blog

By Lane Wagner on Sep 2, 2022

We’ve just opened up the Boot.dev Blog to public contributions! We’re really excited to see all the great stories that our readers and students will create.

Why should I write on Boot.dev? #

By writing and publishing your ideas publicly, you can:

The reason to write on Boot.dev is the same reason you might write on FreeCodeCamp or HackerNoon: To get your writings out to a wider audience, and to get high-domain authority traffic and links back to your own projects or blog.

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What kinds of articles can I write? #

Boot.dev is a platform for anyone interested in learning to code, particularly backend development in Python, JavaScript, and Go. As far as the stories we’ll publish, we accept well-written articles that are at least somewhat related to programming.

How do I submit articles? #

First, know that it’s free to contribute articles to Boot.dev, and we do not pay you for your contribution. No money changes hands.

Second, know that you are allowed to drop tasteful dofollow links back to your own projects and sites. Take advantage of our great domain authority and reach! As long as your content is original and well-written we’re happy to expose your writing to our readers.

Read the full contributing guide here on how to submit your story.

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Keep in mind: Your article must be original to Boot.dev. #

We don’t want to spam our readers with content that they’ve already seen elsewhere. Your article must be original to Boot.dev. That said, after your original piece is published on Boot.dev, you can republish it elsewhere only if you set the canonical link back to the Boot.dev article.

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