Opportunity knocks: Looking for Google experts who can write

TechRepublic is looking for contributors knowledgeable about Google Apps and how they work in the real world.

The TechRepublic Google in the Enterprise Blog is approaching its one-year anniversary. It has been a very productive year and we have been generally pleased by the blog's progress. However, at this one-year juncture, it is time to double-down on the blog by bringing in some new contributors with a new perspective.

We are looking for contributors to the Google in the Enterprise 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 can range anywhere from how to administer Google Apps in an Enterprise to how to attach documents to a message in Gmail. The overarching principle is practical information that will make using Google Apps in an enterprise environment more efficient and more productive. The topics can also include Chrome and Chrome OS.

If you have the interest, knowledge, expertise, and time to contribute to the TechRepublic Google in the Enterprise 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.

By Mark Kaelin

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 BreakingModern.com, aNewDomain.net, and TechRepublic.