Contribute programming tutorials to the Twilio blog. Email Marcus Battle at firstname.lastname@example.org with some information about yourself, links to your current technical writing and a link to your GitHub profile to learn more about becoming a contributor.
What type of post should I write?
Technical tutorials with code. Check out the "Example blog posts" section below for previously published posts.
Does my post have to use Twilio?
Most posts involve Twilio in some form. There should be something from Twilio's product suite you can use, whether it's phone calling, messaging, video, 2-factor authentication, phone number lookup or one of the other many communications tools.
How do I get started?
Email email@example.com to express your interest in writing for Twilio.
How much do I get paid for each post?
$500 for each publish post. You can publish as many posts as you can code and write.
Can I also publish the post on my own blog or on Medium?
Yes, as along as the places you publish it other than the Twilio blog contain a canonical reference meta tag back to the Twilio post.
Does my post have to include code?
Yes! The Twilio blog is read by developers who want to build what you built, and it's way easier to do that if you provide code in the post.
What is Developer Voices?
Developer Voices is our program for developers to write and publish programming tutorials for the Twilio blog. The current session is closed, but we'd love to have you in the next – click the red button!
Is there a review process before publishing?
Yes. Our Developer Evangelism team will perform both a voice and tech review so the published result is your best work.