Want to see your name up in lights?


We want you!

Have you ever considered writing? Do you love computers, tech, gadgets, gizmos, electronics? Do your friends refer to you as a geek?

I would love to add more content and differing viewpoints to DCT in hopes of reaching a broader audience. To do so I need people who are looking to find an outlet for their knowledge and are willing to share their experience.

Requirements

The ability to write complete articles in an easy to understand manner.
Knowledge about your field of interest.
Experience.
Understanding of the English language.
Ability to devote time to posting on DCT.

How do you get involved?

Use our contact form and send me an email. Tell me a little about yourself, your experience, what your field of interest is. I’ll have a look and contact you. If I feel you’re a good fit for DCT I’ll ask for a sample article and we’ll go from there!

What do you get from being a part of DCT?

A warm and fuzzy feeling from sharing your knowledge with the world.
A picture and bio on every post.
Your very own DCT email address (who wouldn’t want one of those?).
You will become part of the DCT crew, which is the best group of knowledgeable and friendly people I know and have had the pleasure of working with!
Possible moderator status on the forum.
I’ll buy you a latte or cup of coffee from the vendor of your choice!
Other considerations can be discussed.

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About the Author

David Hartsock

Executive Editor/Owner/Admin of Daves Computer Tips and all-around good guy - Dave's interest in computers began in the early 1980's during the Apple II era. In the early 1990's the PC began to replace proprietary and mainframe devices in Dave's industry so he began to learn and experiment with the PC. Through DOS, Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and now Windows 10. Dave became the "go to" guy for friends, family, and coworkers with computer problems. Daves Computer Tips was born in 2006 in an effort to share these experiences with others in an easy to understand, plain English, form.

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