We encourage professionals, investors and developers who are educated in Bitcoin, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency and are passionate about sharing their knowledge to write for us.
Articles must be interesting, entertaining, educational or informative for an Australian audience. Articles should not be ‘spammy’ or used to push your products or services. Inject your own personality, but ensure that articles are professional; not stuffy, overly formal or full of jargon. We’re looking for content that is educational, instructional, and well written.
Our editors work closely with contributing writers to publish the best possible content.
- Articles should be no less than 500 words
- Articles should be written using Australian English (not American English).
- Articles should be written in the third person.
- Article titles, headings and sub-headings should be: catchy, well written, short and include a keyword (if it seems natural).
- Article titles should compel people to read your article. Keep your headline to approximately 70 characters.
- Articles must be original and cannot be published on any other website.
- All sources must be cited. Immediately following the sourced statement, please include (Source: Name of Source). At the end of the article, please include the full hyperlink for every source. Please ensure sources are reputable and relevant.
- If you target specific keywords, phrases and topics please remember to write naturally. Do not overstuff keywords.
- Only include relevant links to reputable sources. Exact match anchor text and links will be removed.
Please proofread and edit your article before submission. Articles with grammatical and spelling errors will be returned for revision.
- Articles should be written for the web (no big slabs of text). They should have headings, sub-headings, bullet points and pull out quotes.
- Sharing of articles via your own social media channels is much appreciated
- We are happy to include one hyperlink to your website homepage in the author bio.
- Crypto.com.au reserves the right to make minor revisions to your article.
- If your article does not adhere to all these guidelines, we will remit for your revisions. To avert having your articles sent back, avoid articles that:
- Do not meet these Guidelines.
- Contain incorrect, inaccurate or falsified information.
- Contain excessive grammatical errors and are generally poor quality.
- Are excessively ‘spammy’ or push products and services.
- All articles are peer reviewed by our team, and our edits are final.
We reserve the right to: refuse to publish an article; to remove a published article without prior notice; and to edit a published article without prior notice.
We do receive a large number of topic pitches, our team will aim to review your article as soon as possible so we appreciate your patience.
If your article is approved, please note that we cannot guarantee a specific date when your article will be published but we will be in touch with a final draft for your review prior to publishing.