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Post your blog on Between the Lines

We're looking for a few more good bloggers and you can help.We're opening up our Between the Lines blog to user-submitted posts.
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Written by Larry Dignan on

We're looking for a few more good bloggers and you can help.

We're opening up our Between the Lines blog to user-submitted posts. We're looking for submissions in several key areas -- VoIP, Research in Motion; servers and mainframes; and, more broadly, Web 2.0/3.0 technologies. Who can post on ZDNet? Bloggers who have established blogs, users that have something good to say but want to pursue "one off" posts, and those who just want to chime in from time to time. If you're trying to get more eyeballs for your own blog, and you think you have what it takes to be on ZDNet, send us a recent post. If our editors like what they see, your entry will be posted on ZDNet, along with a prominent link back to your blog.

Here's the submission tool (comments to improve it are welcome). And here are the steps:

  1. Establish an account with ZDNet.
  2. Log in to the tool with your ZDNet credentials. Anyone that already has posted a Talkback has these.
  3. Click on the "Select Blogs" tab and then click "Add a blog".
  4. Select "Between the Lines" and click "Add Blog".
  5. At the bottom of the submission tab you'll see "Post new content."
  6. Then enter your headline, post and categories. Hit submit.
  7. From there, your post will show up for an editor to approve.
  8. If approved, it'll wind up in Between the Lines.

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