Writing is a powerful skill that can open doors and help you stand out from the crowd. If we think your draft is promising, our team will provide advice to make it clear, concise, and engaging.
We're committed to promoting our writers and their articles on our social media channels and newsletter. This means your writing will be seen by a wider audience, and you'll have the chance to make a real impact in the data community.
We believe that your knowledge and insights are valuable, and we're willing to pay you accordingly. We currently pay $900 per original article, and $450 per notes or non-original ones.
As a data integration platform, Airbyte is dedicated to providing its users with the tools they need to succeed. That's why we're looking for writers who are part of the same community.
By writing for us, you'll have the chance to share your expertise and connect with other data professionals.
We're looking for 3 types of articles: data insights, data news and tutorials.
- Data insights articles are thought leadership pieces that explore a topic or introduce a foundational concept. It should be about data or AI.
- Data news articles focus on new data or AI trends, new technologies, new announcements and add original thoughts to those topics.
- Tutorials are step-by-step guides that show readers how to build a data product using modern tools like Airbyte. If you're an Airbyte user or client, even better – you'll be able to write tutorials that are specific to our platform. Tutorials should be focused on the data infrastructure.
When you write for Airbyte, you'll also have the chance to showcase your work to a wider audience. Our content hubis read by data professionals all over the world, and we're committed to promoting our writers and their articles. So not only will you be sharing your knowledge, but you'll also be gaining recognition and building your reputation as an expert in the field.
What do you need to participate? At Airbyte, we're always on the lookout for writers who can provide our technical audience with insights and expertise. Ideally, you have previous experience writing blog posts or tutorials for a data engineering audience. And of course, you are familiar with the world of data integration – if you're an Airbyte user, that's even better.
All you need is submitting a draft to us! We're looking for content that is informative, engaging, and relevant to our readers. Whether you want to share your insights on a hot topic or provide a step-by-step tutorial on a data tool, we're open to your ideas.
To submit your draft, simply fill out the form. Apart from the draft, we're eager to learn about your experience working with data, using Airbyte, and writing. The form will guide you through the details we’d like to know about you.
Once we receive your draft, our team will carefully review it to see if it’s a good fit for our blog. If we think your article would be a great addition to our publication, we'll be in touch to discuss the next steps.
Our team may provide small suggestions to help you make your draft the best it can be. As a remote company, we understand the importance of working asynchronously to accommodate different schedules and time zones. That's why we typically use Google Docs to collaborate on articles.
Once your article is complete, we'll publish it on our blog and share it with our readers. But that's not all – we're committed to helping you reach a wider audience. That's why we'll also promote your article on our social media channels and newsletter, providing even greater exposure for your work.
You're more than welcome to share the article with your audience!
You get paid $900 for an original article of about 1500 words or more, after the article is published. We handle payments through Deel.
If you want to publish some original thoughts on another interesting piece, you can do so, but we would pay $450. Don't hesitate to feature great videos and podcast episodes with transcripts and above all, your thoughts at the top.
Yes, you can cross-post the article on other platforms like Medium or your personal blog as long as you are able to add a canonical link to the article URL on the Airbyte website.
No, unfortunately content published on our blog is currently in English only.