If you are as enthusiastic about welding, brazing and soldering as we are, then write for us. Just review these criteria and send us a note with a proposed topic. There is no charge to publish on the weldinghandbook.com site.
Articles should be no less than 1000 words. We prefer articles that area 1500 words or longer.
Articles with pictures are preferred. We will include photos if you certify that the weldinghandbook.com has the rights to publish the photos. Original pictures are also preferred.
Originality and Quality
Articles must be original to the author and unpublished elsewhere. All submissions must pass a review by the Grammarly plagiarism tool and a Google search. We only post articles with a Grammarly score of 95 or higher. If you do not have Grammarly, we will make the necessary adjustments. We reserve the right to edit articles. At your request, we can share for input before posting.
We reserve the right to reject any article that does not meet our editorial quality standards. We will give the author an opportunity to make any necessary revisions.
Articles should start with a brief summary paragraph followed by the body of the piece.
Articles can have up to three links. We suggest one link be to an industry resource and another should point to a page on the Weld Guru site. All links will be “do follow” and must link to a site that is relevant to the article being published.
We will gladly list the name of the author plus one link to a location that is relevant to the article.
How to Submit
We accept submissions as a Google Doc or Word Document.Please send a pitch or idea before submitting an article. ontact us at email@example.com with the subject line pitch or article submission.
We will get back to you within 24 hours. Once articles are accepted, we will inform you via email.