Recruiting New Bloggers!
Previous calls for bloggers have been very successful in recruiting some great communicators - Rick Lyons, Jason Sachs, Victor Yurkovsky, Mike Silva, Markus Nentwig, Gene Breniman, Stephen Friederichs, Christopher Felton, Eric Jacobsen, Fabien Le Mentec, Yossi Kreinin - to name just a few. And I believe the community has hugely benefited from their writings; together, their articles have been read more than 1,250,000 times!
Now that I am basically done with the new design of the *related sites, I would love to add bloggers to our team.
I've already contacted in the last few days several well known personalities in the Electrical Engineering community and many of them have showed interest in giving the blogging a shot (Michael J. Pont just posted his first article).
But what about you? The student, the hobbyist, the hard working engineer, the researcher? Do you have a talent for sharing your knowledge? Maybe there is a great writer in you waiting to be awakened?
If you feel like trying the blogging experiment and sharing your knowledge with the community (on any of the *related sites), please use the contact form and send me a short note telling me on which of the *related sites you would like to blog, the general topic(s) that you would like to write about and maybe a few words about your experience in the field.
Blogging is not very complicated. Tutorials and how-tos are usually popular, as are 'tips & tricks' posts. Have a look at the most popular posts to get an idea of what works: DSPRelated, EmbeddedRelated, FPGARelated and Electronics-Related. But you can write what you want, as often as you want, as long as it is of interest to the electrical engineering community and as long as you refrain from excessive self-promotion. Your bio will be attached to every article you will write, which could help you attract opportunities. And if your articles end up being really good and useful to the community, I will make sure to promote your blog heavily and will do my best to keep you around.
What do you think? Get in touch!
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