Have you had previous experience as a freelance writer in writing articles, lectures in electronics? Perhaps a whole electronic project from beginning to end.

If so, I'd like to hear from you. If you've developed a great new electronic circuit or design, and can't wait to tell others about it, or you've written the best article ever on electronics theory or practice, why not see your work published as widely as possible. If you have developed an electronic kit for your pet project even better! Get it off the ground here. Think of the free publicity.

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Have you had previous experience in as a freelance writer writing articles, lectures in electronics? Perhaps a whole electronic project from beginning to end.

If so, I'd like to hear from you.

If you've developed a great new electronic circuit or design, and can't wait to tell others about it, or you've written the best article ever on electronics theory or practice, why not see your work published as widely as possible. If you have developed an electronic kit for your pet project even better! Get it off the ground here. Think of the free publicity.

Another useful approach is with modern microcontroller projects, I've noted over recent years that although the source code and detailed instructions are often provided, most people prefer to buy direct from the author the pre-programmed controller. Other bits and pieces they provide themselves.

This makes my sites the best way to bring your achievements and knowledge to the largest number of your colleagues and fellow enthusiasts.

The pages listed here are articles contributed by other people.

All I require is a plain vanilla text file (your-file.txt) of your written copy and, gif or jpg files of your schematics and photographs. Don't worry if you think your grammar or spelling isn't terribly brilliant, that's what I'm here for. Most times I need to edit work either for space, clarity or simply making it search engine friendly.

Contact me with an outline of your original contribution the remuneration expected and possibly start earning money!

REMEMBER - ONLY YOUR ORIGINAL WORK WILL BE CONSIDERED, NO COPY AND PASTE, I RETAIN THE COPYRIGHT IN RETURN FOR PAYMENT AND, I HAVE THE RIGHT TO PUBLISH IT ON MY SITES.

 

 

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