In 2020, Fred and I are prioritizing featuring writing from people other than ourselves on WPShout. If you’ve got an urge to write clear, useful, and interesting technical tutorials for the WPShout audience, this is the perfect opportunity for you. We’re still locking in all the details, but in short it’d likely be at most an article assignment per month, where you’ll write about 1500 words (ideally with some code snippets ?) about your favorite things in WordPress adjacent code.
Especially qualified candidates will help us write great tutorials on many different things, but we’re especially looking to get more great content about how to build your own Gutenberg blocks and how to make it into the page-builder of your clients dreams.
A few quick details to clarify here: this is *paid* writing work. And we’ll follow up with qualified candidates within a few weeks. We look forward to hearing from you!
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