uTest is always looking for some top-notch guest blog posts from technology experts. We are currently accepting guest posts across all four of our blogs (see below).
When submitting a post, please include:
- Your post (in a Word document, Notepad document or in the body of the email)
- What blog you hope to be posted to
- A short “about the author” (1-2 sentences)
- A headshot or a relevant photo
Submissions should be sent to email@example.com.
- No promotional posts (i.e. promoting a business or product)
- All posts should be original content
- If you would like to reference another piece of content please include the author, where it was published and a hyperlink
- Please check your posts for grammar and spelling before you submit for review
- Topics should be software focused on:
- Software testing, agile development, crowdsourcing, mobile apps, web apps, testing trends, etc.
- We prefer posts to this blog to be more in-depth, and on average of 500-600 words. To get some ideas of what to write about, take a look at our other Software Testing Blog guest posts here.
- Topics should be mobile application (native) focused:
- App development, mobile manufactures, mobile industry trends, mobile app testing, iPhone app, Android app, iPad app, security testing, functional testing, load testing, usability testing, localization testing, etc.
- These posts are generally between 200-400+ words. To get an idea of what to write about, take a look at our other Mobile App Testing guest posts here.
- Topics should be web application focused. This can include mobile web apps accessed from a mobile browser, or websites accessed from a desktop browser:
- Mobile web, Browsers and OS, HTML5, web trends, agile development, testing, etc.
- These posts are generally between 200-400+ words. To get an idea of what to write about, take a look at our other Web App testing posts here.
- A broader range of topics will be accepted for this blog. Topics can include:
- Any kind of in-the-wild/real world test (must be appropriate), extreme testing, new product reviews, new tech gadgets, testing trends, etc.
- Those posts can be between 150-400 words. Curious what in-the-wild testing is? Learn more here.
We look forward to your submissions!