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# Wednesday, July 13, 2005

As those of you who know me or have read my blog for a while know, I head up editing and development for ASPAlliance.  Since it is a part-time endeavor for all of us, change happens slowly, but over the last year or so since I've been tasked with improving the site, we've dramatically increased our response times, improved our editorial process, (hopefully) improved article quality, and we just recently changed our article submission process and compensation model.  I couldn't have done this alone--by no means--and in fact I have the selfless staff of editors and, naturally, Steve Smith to thank for that. 

Of course, we're not stopping there--we intend to keep trudging forward, doing what we can within our limited time and budget to keep it a top developer community site for ASP.NET developers.  To this end, we need your help!  If you think you have the know-how to write articles for us, we are now providing competitive honoraria for our authors.  So not only do you get the benefit of sharing your ideas with hundreds of thousands of other developers, honing your writing skills, and increasing your marketability, you also get a few coins to boot!  Note that we also pay for reviews of books and components as well as short tutorials (CodeSnips) if you feel more comfortable just showing folks how to do something cool.

So if you're interested in this opportunity, just go to our Write for Us page, review the guidelines, and submit your ideas.  The only way we can keep ASPAlliance interesting is to continue getting new, great content from great minds.  We're looking forward to hearing from you! 


P.S. We're also trying out a no-paging approach to viewing articles--check it out to see what you think.

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