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[nycphp-talk] best place to post articles (other than nyphp.org)

Anirudhsinh Zala arzala at gmail.com
Mon Feb 20 22:49:31 EST 2006


Maybe, you can sum up all your experience and form them into a good e-book, so that it can be directional in 1 way and it can hit specific audience who are interested in that area. You can then link that e-book from various places like your own web-site, nyphp.org etc.

Thanks

Anirudh Zala

On Tue, 21 Feb 2006 00:48:21 +0530, Ophir Prusak <prusak at gmail.com> wrote:

> hi all.
>
> a while back I converted my personal web site into a blog (wordpress)
> so I can easily start expressing my self through articles that I think
> some people might find helpful. I'm a web developer with lots of
> experience in php / databases so most of the articles have been about
> web dev (programming / databases stuff).
>
> this morning I was looking at the stats of my site - i get about 10
> visitors a day.
>
> so, I've decided that I should start writing on some other site that
> gets more exposure where hopefully more people can benefit from my
> writings.
>
> The first place that comes to mind is sitepoint which seems to have a
> broad coverage of topics and strong reader base.
>
> I was wondering what other sites people would suggest for writing
> articles about web dev stuff besides the obvious nyphp.org :) ?
>
> tia,
> ophir
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