If you have something fascinating to share with our readers on our blog, feel free to do so!
Below, you will find all the necessary information related to guest posting. Please keep in mind that every guest post goes through the editorial process to ensure that it is accurate and in accordance with our rules.
In particular, if your article doesn’t meet our requirements, we reserve the right to reject the post. Inserting links is not permitted. Since the articles were written by independent researchers and authors, their work won’t be altered once it has our approval.
Submissions are not accepted during the last week of every month. All messages sent during this time will receive a reply as soon as we can.
The first step is to read the requirements listed below. Send us a message with your topic ideas, so we can review them or provide feedback (the email addresses and form are at the end of this post). When an article is prepared, the editorial process will begin. You must include all components in your publication, so double-check everything. We’ll review your article to see if all the necessary components are present. If your article doesn’t fit our requirements, we reserve the right to reject your submission. The article will be posted on our blog once everything is in order.
The same procedure as above applies to sponsored posts. The number of links in the article is an exception to the rules, which are otherwise the same as those listed below. There is a two-post limit for free guest posts, whereas there are no limits and do-follow links for sponsored posts. After payment is made, the article becomes live. To learn more about pricing, get in touch with our staff.
Unless authors decide otherwise, all publications—sponsored and unsponsored—have a permanent spot on our website. On request, we can remove the article.
Do not copy another person’s article without that person’s permission; we only accept original content. Please get in touch with us directly if you would like your article (from, say, your own blog) reposted.
There are many potential topics in the broad field of cybersecurity. However, some concepts have been floated countless times. Before selecting a topic, look over the most recent entries on our blog to see if your suggestion duplicates anything there. If you need help choosing a topic, write us and we will assist you.
Our website focuses on cybersecurity and digital forensics, so make sure your article relates to those topics (articles about gaming, gambling, or other unrelated topics will be rejected). Articles on unrelated topics will be ignored because we only want to provide our readers with high-quality content.
First, there are only two links allowed per article because guest posting is free.
Second, the links cannot point to company pages, product pages, pages for other courses, pages for unrelated websites, or pages with content related to gaming, casinos, or sports. Linking to already published articles is not permitted. In order to verify compliance with this requirement, we will examine each link individually. Ask us about the rules for sponsored posts for more information if you want to have an unlimited number of links. Permanent do-follow links are given to sponsored posts.
The best articles are concise and straight to the point. Content should be between 800 and 1,200 words.
It’s not required, and you don’t have to use this example, but consider whether a graph or data table would help readers visualize your point more effectively than text.
Remember to introduce yourself! You can include a photo, a few sentences about who you are and what you do, links to your website, and accounts on social media.
You have an idea for an article, but you don’t know where to start? Or maybe your article is ready, but you don’t know where to publish it? We have a solution for that! Hakin9 always has open spots for new submissions. If you want to publish your article in our magazine, just contact our editor at [email protected] and we will get back to you! Technical information and requirements are included below the submission form.
Article length must be 1,500 words and up. Every article should have:
You can download the whole list of our formatting guidelines from here: eForensics Formatting Guidelines.
Don’t worry, if you forget to apply some of the above rules – we’re here to correct whatever gets past you.