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Opportunity knocks: Looking for iOS developers who can write

TechRepublic is looking for contributors knowledgeable about Apple iOS App development and how you bring an App to market.

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The TechRepublic iOS App Builder Blog has been live for about a month now and we are looking to expand our coverage by adding more paid contributing bloggers. We are looking for contributors to the iOS App Builder Blog willing to commit to a recurring writing assignment at our standard rate of compensation. That's a stringent requirement I know, so give it some thought before you take the next step.

The topics covered by each blog post will range from basic tutorials on how to install, configure, and use XCode to advanced, best-practice coding techniques used by experienced application developers. We will also cover topics dealing with app design and suggestions for marketing apps. The emphasis will be on applications designed for SMBs and enterprises.

If you have the interest, knowledge, expertise, and time to contribute to the TechRepublic iOSApp Builder Blog, contact me using the Contact Link in the bio section at the bottom of this post. Use the subject line "I want to be a TechRepublic contributor" so I'll be sure to see it. Include in your email a brief description of your iOS App development expertise.


Mark W. Kaelin has been writing and editing stories about the IT industry, gadgets, finance, accounting, and tech-life for more than 25 years. Most recently, he has been a regular contributor to,, and TechRepublic.

gevander 1 Like

I write as part of my job. My team refers to me as the team writer. I edit everything my team produces [b]because they can't write good[/b]. (Yes, I did that on purpose.) It is common in today's business world, from what I have seen since joining the "white collar" crew in '96, that less than 1/10th of IT professionals CAN write well. Of those, maybe 1/5 (2%) are able to write creatively. So that's your pool. Then you just have to find the ones that are [b]willing[/b] to write.

Mark W. Kaelin
Mark W. Kaelin

I have received several inquiries from very qualified candidates, so I am very pleased so far.


That would surely be the first question anyone might ask?

Mark W. Kaelin
Mark W. Kaelin

Do you have a question about being a TechRepublic contributor?

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