Looking for a few good Bloggers

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Tim Higgins

So I’m looking for a few good bloggers to post on SmallNetBuilder. You can write on any or all of the topic areas that you see on the nav bar above. Ideally, you’ve been blogging for awhile and have a small, but dedicated audience and are looking for wider exposure.

The focus is on informing and learning, so posts should tend toward mini-reviews, tutorials, "lessons learned" from problems you’ve solved. Opinion pieces are ok once in awhile, but that’s not what I want the focus of the blogs to be. And yes, this is paid work, although you won’t get rich from it!

So if you’re interested, just send me a link to your blog and we’ll see if we have a match.

P.S.: I recently asked for feedback on Vendor contributed content and found that most readers who commented were willing to give it a try…provided I kept the quality high. So I’m going to give that a shot, so look for the first piece soon.

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