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Call for content: Tiny Blueprint

Ben Long

June 11th, 2020

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Ben Long
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At Tiny, we are keen to share knowledge from not only our own developers but from developers in the wider community who are working with TinyMCE or related frameworks and technologies.

  • Write a new article. Write fresh content for Tiny that has not been published elsewhere and earn US$350.
  • Share an article you’ve already written. If you have an article that’s already been published, you could have it published on our Tiny blog and exposed to a wider audience. (We’ll set the canonical tag so Google knows which one is the original.)

Unfortunately, we cannot accept all articles and proposals - we have a submission process through which you should express interest. Check out the submission guidelines below.

Submission guidelines

Currently, we are considering articles of a more technical nature (e.g., including relevant code snippets), although some less technical articles (e.g., on current trends) may be considered.

Minimum word count: 800+

Suggested topic areas include (but are not limited to):

  • JavaScript frameworks
  • UI/UX
  • HTML & CSS
  • Front-end development and frameworks
  • Cool projects, open source projects
  • Experiences with TinyMCE

How to submit

Send an email to with the subject Tiny Blueprint Submission and include the following information.

If you are submitting a proposal for new content, include:

  • Topic title
  • Brief summary - what you intend to cover in the article
  • Two samples - articles you have written previously (links or attachments)
  • LinkedIn profile (link)

If you are submitting a published article, include:

  • Online article (link)
  • LinkedIn profile (link)
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Ben Long
byBen Long

Developer Advocate at Tiny. Computer scientist turned storyteller. Reminisces about programming on the MicroBee. Writes picture books for kids. Also the wearer of rad shoes. “Science isn’t finished until you share the story.”

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