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Writing for Ternet Digital School

Thank you for taking interest in writing for Ternet Digital School!

Our desire is to create an information hub for learning digital skills, so if you are enthusiastic about digital skills and you have a website where you need to input your site links so that you can drive traffic to your website and also getting paid to write about it, this is the right place for you.


The aim of our blog is to provide our readers with relevant, helpful & inspiring content that will aid them in improving their skills and projects.

We strive to offer real value and we want our audience to evolve. To that end, we want to provide our audience with the solutions to their problems, help them navigate the various common and uncommon pitfalls, offer them tips and tricks that will improve their workflow, provide them with insights and inspire them.


Our audience includes web developers, web designers & agencies and all aspiring learners across the globe

Our content & what we are looking for

Our content is aimed primarily tech developers, and more specifically, at those who develop apps, plugins, widgets and similar extensions for e-commerce and website-building platforms — for example, Shopify, WooCommerce, WordPress, Wix, Webflow and the like.

Our articles cover everything those web developers may require — from technical information about platforms and frameworks to general information about marketing, SEO, design and anything else that will make their development experience and their end product better.

We are looking for:
  • How-to guides
  • Valuable tips
  • Product, tool, or service comparisons
Hot topics:
  • React
  • Shopify
  • Web Developer
  • marketing
  • deigns


First thing first, we apologize in advance should there be any delays in our response. We receive many requests, and we aim to answer them all. We’ll strive to answer you as quickly as possible, we promise!

  1. Your first step should be to introduce yourself. We’d like to know who you are, what your passions are, what sort of experience you have, and we’d like to see any relevant samples of your work. Please send it here.
  2. Then, provide us with the topic of the article you want to write. We’ll carefully consider it and decide whether to proceed with it or not.
  3. Should we decide to proceed, we’ll ask you to write an outline. This process may involve some to and fro before we approve it.
  4. Then, we’ll set a deadline and ask you to write the article. This, too, may require some to and fro before we approve it.
  5. Upon successful submission, you will be paid or we will post it to  our blogs with your site backlinking
  • We reserve the right to edit your article as we see fit.
  • You cannot repost the submitted article elsewhere.
  • Ternet Digital School owns the rights to any and all content published on its platform. We reserves the right to repurpose, republish, update, or remove contributed content at any time.

Guidelines & Requirements

For detailed guidelines and requirements, please read carefully the rules below.

Guidelines & Requirements
1. The Language/Tone
– American English.
– Conversational tone.
2. The Structure
– Word count: 1000-1500 for a regular blog post, 1500+ for really detailed guides.
– Hierarchy: The post must be hierarchically sound. That means H1, H2, H3, H4…
headings where relevant.
– Keep paragraphs short (approx. 200 words).
– Add relevant images under H1 & H2 headings.
3. Links & Sources
– For any data you offer, we’ll require sources (respectable & relevant ones).
– We’d like 2-3 links to relevant articles on our blog.
4. Absolute No-Nos!
– We don’t accept plagiarized work, work that’s badly written, or work that’s unrelated to
the topic we’ve agreed upon.
5. Content Tips
The guiding light behind our blog is to share content that’s educational, engaging, and
entertaining, not promotional. So, to create content that:
● Avoids promotion
● showcases expertise
● Offer valuable takeaways


For any questions related to writing for Ternet Digital School, please contact us.

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