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SIPSTACK wants to publish your phone tutorial!

Help us build a comprehensive collection of beautifully-written tutorials about VoIP and cloud PBX’s. You don’t have to be an experienced writer. If you have technical knowledge and a knack for explaining things, our editors will help with writing and publication. Submit a writing sample to become a SIPSTACK community author, get published on our knowledge base, and make up to $200.

What we look for

  • Technical expertise and best practices
  • Correct and comprehensive commands
  • Clear explanation
  • Friendly, concise, and informative style

In-Depth Tutorials

1,500+ Words

Simple Tutorials

800+ Words


Call Scripts

Author Details

Please submit 1 to 3 how-to article titles for articles you’re interested in writing. Please note that we can publish original content, but cannot republish content already posted elsewhere.

This is a writing sample, and the primary way we evaluate your application. Your sample can be one of two types. You can submit the introduction and first two steps of a tutorial you’d like to write. (Please do not submit the completed tutorial yet; we want to respect your time.) While you don’t have to be an experienced writer, you’ll have a much better chance if you follow SIPSTACK’s tutorial style. Alternatively, you can submit a past article you’ve written that showcases your writing style on a technical topic. If you go this route, please make sure the writing you submit has a similar level of technical content and explanations as the tutorials in the SIPSTACK Community. At this time we are accepting articles only in English.

Please share a link to your website, GitHub account, Twitter profile, etc. Let us know about your experience with the technology you want to write about and what interests you in becoming a SIPSTACK author, too.

Most tutorials are paid out at $200. Short tutorials with only a few paragraphs of explanation are paid out at $100. Scripts for call flows, such as new call routing capabilities, are paid out at $50 with exceptions for more significant scripts.

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