If you check all these boxes then we’d love to work with you to publish some posts. Find further information on this page, and when you are ready...Apply to be a writer
AppSignal is an application performance monitoring tool for Ruby (on Rails), Elixir, and Node.js. We monitor thousands of applications and process over 100 billion requests for our customers each month.
We’ve built up a strong following, hitting over 150k page views per month and our posts are frequently upvoted on Hacker News and Reddit.
Writing for AppSignal should be an enjoyable and stress-free experience. We'll give input at every stage to help make your posts awesome.
Although our blog has a greater focus on some topics than others, we’d love to hear what you’re passionate about. Some topics won’t be quite right for us, but we’ll let you know if this is the case. We have technical editors on hand who will help steer things in the right direction.
From helping you to select a topic, to providing feedback on your outline, and edits to your post, all the way through to publication and promotion.
We offer a good base rate for articles, plus free stroopwafels! Need we say more?
We can get your posts seen on Hacker News, Reddit, Twitter, LinkedIn, and various newsletters.
You’re welcome to republish on your blog, as long as you set up the canonical tag on the post.
We understand life gets in the way sometimes. You can write as often or as little as you’d like. Most of our writers have full-time jobs and write for us on the side.
As long as your tone isn’t negative and you don’t bash others, you can maintain your unique voice. We encourage you to be informal (as long as you’re not too informal) and conversational in your style.
We work hard to maintain the quality of posts on our blog. To avoid the possibility of getting rejected, we ask that you avoid making any of these mistakes.
Here's a super quick summary of how our collaboration process usually works:
Firstly, take a good look at our blog to get an idea of the kind of content we publish.
If you're excited to write for AppSignal, we'd love to hear from you!
Feel free to email our editorial team with any questions you may have.