Write for me!

I am offering the possibility to write for Svartling Network, but the only payment you will get is fame. Your Google+ profile will be linked to below every post and your Google+ description text with links and all will be visible on every post. I will share your post to my 58,000+ followers on Google+, and my 12,000+ followers on Twitter. That's your payment.

If you are interested, this is what you need to do:

  1. You need to be on Google+. I need to get the same email address you use for Google+ to connect you to my Blogger account.
  2. Write exclusive content, that means that you can't publish the post on any other blog, I don't want duplicate content. Sharing the published post to the social networks you use is preferable though.
  3. Write in English
  4. Must be about Tech or Gadgets (It's quite broad categories, so don't be afraid to try)
  5. I am the editor, so I don't have to publish your post, and I can make small changes to it, like adding links to blog tags, images or something. So you should not take it for granted that I publish your post. But if I reject it, don't give up, just do one more or edit it.
  6. Once I have published your post, you can't demand that I delete it. The reason is that it would hurt my site rankings.

I can assure you that your post will be read by a lot of people :)

You can use Markdown when writing if you like. Then you have to switch to the HTML tab in the blog editor and paste the finished HTML code there that you have converted to in your preferable Markdown editor.

Otherwise you can just use the rich WYSIWYG editor and upload images and videos how much you like.

How to use Markdown

(See why you should use Plain Text and Markdown here.)

Markdown is a lightweight markup language, originally created by John Gruber and Aaron Swartz allowing people “to write using an easy-to-read, easy-to-write plain text format, then convert it to structurally valid XHTML (or HTML)”.

You can write using Markdown Syntax in any text editor, but I suggest using one that supports Markdown and has a preview option so you can see how the post is formatted. Here is a very good webpage explaining the Markdown Syntax.

Here are some options I recommend:



Chrome/Chrome OS:


  • ByWord
  • WritingKit
  • Drafts
  • IA Writer
  • Elements
  • Write
  • Lightpaper