At Postmark, we’re not just passionate about developing a great product, we feel strongly about providing exceptional customer service as well. But quality service doesn't (and shouldn't) begin and end with a support email or a sales call. It must extend into all that we offer: documentation, transactional email guides, blog posts, and newsletters, as well as community-focused projects like Postmark Labs and our collection of open source tools. We've worked diligently to earn a reputation for providing a quality and dependable product, but we'd like to take that a step further and become a reliable source of information, too. That's why we're excited to announce that we're investing further into our technical content by inviting writers from our community to contribute to our blog.
As with our core product, the Postmark blog aims to be an invaluable resource for developers who want to design, send, and receive better and more reliable emails with their applications. We’re looking for writers who can contribute technical content that covers broad topics related to transactional email such as delivery, reputation, design, tools, and testing, as well as tutorials for using Postmark with specific languages and systems such as Python, Rails, Laravel, Node, and so on. By creating a tutorial for our blog, you will gain the ability to reach our targeted audience while helping us better serve our developer community. Oh, and you'll get paid for it, too.
If you feel your writing and ideas are a good fit for the Postmark blog and its audience, we encourage you to apply! All you have to do is fill out a brief form with your contact information and some writing samples, and then we'll review it and be in touch. We will respond to all applicants regardless of whether we decide to move forward with an assignment or not.
For the full details of how the writing process works, as well as the payment schedule and terms, head over to the application page. We look forward to hearing from you!
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Interested in growing your audience? Write for the Postmark blog