We’re always on the lookout for experienced professionals willing to hand off knowledge to emerging freelancers. When you write blog posts for GoDaddy Pro, they publish in a dedicated section of the GoDaddy Garage blog.
It’s about sharing actionable tips and tricks with our audience of web designers and developers, marketers, SEO gurus — people we call Makers of the Web.
You can find examples of these posts here.
Here’s what we’re looking for
People who author blog posts for GoDaddy Pro aren’t usually writers by trade. They’re web designers and developers, SEO gurus, ecommerce ninjas — individuals who lean on their skill and expertise to make a living.
Makers of the Web come in many forms.
Our Makers offer a glimpse of what they do with technical blog posts for GoDaddy Pro. That content typically includes screenshots and step-by-step instructions for completing a task.
(Bonus if you show how to use GoDaddy products and services in the real world.)
Sound like a plan? Okay, tell us about yourself.
Other important considerations
If you want to write for GoDaddy Pro, we should first get a few things out of the way. Please take a sec to review these important considerations:
- Post must be original and not published anywhere else
- We pay for/own every post we publish
- Prior writing experience is not required
- Proven professional experience is required
- Authors must pitch an idea and submit an outline for the post
- Authors are paid via Upwork.com
- Posts should be around 2,000 words in length
- We reserve the right to make minor edits without notice
Frequenly asked questions about writing for GoDaddy Pro
I’m willing to write for free, just for the exposure. Does that make me a better choice as an author?
No. It’s common that authors are motivated more by the exposure that GoDaddy provides, but we still need to enter into a paid relationship to keep things on the up and up. All of our links are nofollow.
Can I rework my GoDaddy Pro post in order to publish it on my own blog?
Unfortunately, no. We’re only interested in content that’s completely original.
Does it matter where I’m based to write for GoDaddy Pro?
No. With users all over the word, anyone living anywhere can write for GoDaddy Pro.
I communicate best in a language other than English. Does that matter?
Sorta. We do our best to accommodate everyone, but mostly transact in the English language. Don’t give up on us, though. We’re super motivated to gain perspectives from everywhere possible. We’ll try to get in touch with regional blog managers to see if they are looking for contributors in other languages.