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TechRepublic is looking for tech writers

TechRepublic is expanding its blog network again and is looking for IT pros who like to write about what they do.

TechRepublic will be expanding our blog lineup in the coming months. Here are the areas in which we'll be looking for bloggers:

Social media in the enterprise

Gartner predicts that social media will be a support tool among 40 percent of the top 1,000 companies within five years. We want our blog to be a resource for those companies in how to use social media tools to conduct business and to empower the enterprise. We would like to hear from writers who can address the strategic (business strategy) to the tactical (open standards). A bonus would be anyone who can write about the legal issues surrounding social media and employee participation.

Small/medium business

I'd love to hear from actual IT pros who work for an SMB and who can write about tech that can be adapted to the small or medium business, ensuring compliance in a small shop, keeping systems safe, etc.

Tablets and smartphones

Do you support smartphone and tablets in your enterprise? If so, we'd like to hear about your best practices. We'd also like to see reviews of different smartphones and how they fit the enterprise.

If you fall into one of these camps, please click the Contact button by my picture above and send me your information.

About

Toni Bowers is Managing Editor of TechRepublic and is the award-winning blogger of the Career Management blog. She has edited newsletters, books, and web sites pertaining to software, IT career, and IT management issues.

2 comments
Gbusiness01
Gbusiness01

Thanks for the info - Im interested !

CharlieSpencer
CharlieSpencer

TR has found writers for the three content types described. The original posting is from late 2011. However, your reply can't hurt; maybe other positions are available. I don't want to be a grammar cop, but if you're serious about a writing career, take more care about spelling and grammar when replying in a professional capacity. It's ' I'm ', not ' Im ', and there's no space before an exclamation point.