Submit Guest Post

Content and Guidelines

We accept posts on a variety of cell phone repair related topics. This includes repair guides, unlocking guides, buying and reselling second hand tips, complex board level explanations, software related issues, and more. Although we will always favor content that support the development in the phone repair industry, discuss issues related to being in the repair industry workplace, address business issues from a technician perspective, or feature those who have been an excellent members of there community and the advice they have to give or lessons they have learned. We will consider repair post related to gaming systems, computers, or laptop.

Guest authors must have related mobile repair experience to back up their expertise in the topic about which they are writing. Please include a brief author bio when you submit your post. You may include links to your blog or website, Twitter, LinkedIn, or company website.

If you are a vendor/solution provider, your guest post must be authored by someone with knowledge of the repair industry. 

Your post must be original and not previously published either on the Web or in print and you agree not to publish it anywhere else, including your own blog or Web site. You may, however, post a brief “tease” or summary on your site that links to the post.

Post Guidelines:

Posts should generally be between 300 and 750 words in length.

Final submission should be reviewed and edited for grammar, punctuation, spelling, etc prior to final submission.  Include title and pictures you'd like to use. Pictures mush include photo credit, if available. Final pictures and post titles are left to the discretion of our staff. 

You DO NOT have to have a blog to write. In fact, we offer you an opportunity to write without committing to a full time blog.


Email your submission to If you’re not sure whether what you have in mind fits within the guidelines, send us an email with your ideas and we’ll let you know what we think!  Guest posts are reviewed and typically scheduled in advance.  Thanks for your interest, and happy writing!