Blogging as a Package to Scale Your Business.
Looking to amplify your product’s reach?
My Blogging Package is tailored to connect you with over 65,000+ engaged software developers. Elevate your brand, engage your target audience, and promote your product effectively through our platform
Discover how you can connect with the tech community on Twitter and LinkedIn through my blogs and newsletter.
Engage and Connect with
65,000+ Software Developers.
Why work with The Ankur Tyagi?
By working with The Ankur Tyagi, you can reach an engaged audience of software developers who regularly learn from my blogs. You will also help fund my writing so that I can create more free content for developers.
Here are three reasons why you should consider becoming a writing sponsor:
Reach a targeted audience
The Ankur Tyagi receives 50,000 unique visitors per month. The website focuses 100% on writing about new startups and related topics.
Bespoke, personal blogs
The writing with The Ankur Tyagi is effective and blends perfectly with the site’s content. They’re a great fit to make your brand or product stand out.
Simple and exclusive
For a month, your blog post will appear exclusively on the main page of this site.
Who is this blogging service suitable for?
Founders of developer tools such as Medusa, HarperDB, Reviewpad, and CodiumAI, along with 20+ startups, have chosen to work with me in the past and put their brand or product in front of over 50,000 software developers per month.
Here’s an inbound cold email from Adriano Martins, Co-founder at Reviewpad, who has worked with The Ankur Tyagi:
I just read your Dev.to post about Mergify. I’ve been looking for reviews of Mergify, and yours is the best one out there 🙂 I say that you review a lot of dev tools, I’d love to know your opinion on Reviewpad, a PR automation service -Reviewpad- to speed up, secure, and automate the pull request process. We’re complementary to Mergify, we don’t specialize in merge queueing, instead, Reviewpad allows for more advanced and comprehensive automation.”
To learn more or for custom needs, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I’ll be in touch within 24 hours with the latest availability, or book a blogging subscription.
Thank you very much for your interest, and I hope to hear from you!
"I really admire the passion you seem to have for the DevRel role and for coaching young developers. I believe most companies would be lucky to have a DevRel that comes just remotely close to your drive and experience."
Co-Founder of Medusa
"Ankur was a great resource for content creation and connecting with the developer community. He was great at communicating throughout the process, and easy to work with. Highly recommend!"
"Ankur wrote a very comprehensive blog post for us. Ankur was available for comments, changes, and feedback and brought his technical expertise. Ankur's approach not only showcases his expertise but also demonstrates his dedication to providing comprehensive and informative content. His availability and communicative nature further contribute to a positive and engaging reader experience."
Here are a few companies for whom I’ve recently written a blog post and they sponsored me:
What You Get As A Writing Sponsor?
I’ll write and tweet the blog post and share it with 61K+ followers.
I’ll post the blog post on LinkedIn to my 4,000+ followers.
Your blog post will be sent to next month’s newsletter to my 3,500+ subscribers.
Depending on relevancy, you can expect 1,000 – 5,000 views just on a blog post over a period of time.
Your blogs will also remain live forever on my website as they are published and visited 1000 times per month as I promote them on social media.
The basic tier to book the blogging membership is $1,000, or you can purchase a membership.
Please Note: I also reserve the right to decline any sponsors that aren’t a good fit for my writing style and my intelligent developer audience. I also reserve the right to edit the blog to fit in my writing style, send the newsletter at a different time, or run experiments.
That is an excellent question! A full-time senior-level developer advocate or technical writer now costs more than $100,000-$150,000 annually, plus benefits (and good luck finding one available). Aside from that, you might not always have enough work to keep them busy all of the time, so you’re stuck paying for time you can’t use.
You can pause and resume your subscription as often as you need with the monthly plan to ensure you’re only paying for your blogging needs when you have work for them.
Once subscribed, you can add as many blog requests to your queue as you’d like, and they will be delivered one by one.
On average, most requests are completed in a week or less. However, more complex requests and technical blog integrations definitely take longer.
I’m the main person behind every execution, but I have 2-3 very good writers whom I subcontract sometimes if a request is urgent or something I don’t have expertise in! They are both very good, and I have worked with them in the past! You don’t need to worry about them!
We understand you may not have enough blogging work to complete an entire month. Perhaps you only have one or two blog requests at the moment. That’s where pausing your subscription comes in handy.
Billing cycles are based on 30 day period. Let’s say you sign up, use the service for 20 days, and then decide to pause your subscription. This means that the billing cycle will be paused, and you’ll have 10 days of service remaining to be used anytime in the future.
No worries! I’ll continue to revise the blog until you’re 100% satisfied.
That’s fine. You can pause your subscription when finished and return when you need an additional blog. There’s no need to let the remainder of your subscription go to waste.
Due to the work’s high-quality nature, no refunds will be issued.
I published a new post today: A Comprehensive Guide to Migrate Your Database From Supabase to HarperDB— Ankur💻🎧💪 (@TheAnkurTyagi) February 10, 2023
Choosing the right DB is critical when developing an app? Excited about this one 👊🙌
Retweet for Karma.
If you have any feedback, comment below.https://t.co/oSMvvU2V2N
New Blog Post: Benefits of Distributed Cache.— Ankur💻🎧💪 (@TheAnkurTyagi) May 26, 2023
- What is Distributed Cache?
- Why is it Used in Web Apps?
- How Distributed Cache Works at Twitter.
- Common Use Cases for Cache.
- What is HarperDB.
- Why HarperDB is an excellent caching option.
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Times have changed in the world of software development.— Ankur💻🎧💪 (@TheAnkurTyagi) September 21, 2023
We've all talked about the importance of writing unit tests in software development for over a decade.
However, let's face it, most developers love the idea of unit tests until it's time to actually write them.
Being a software engineer, I've worked on various exciting projects for companies such as Disney, T-Mobile, Barclays, & Accenture.— Ankur💻🎧💪 (@TheAnkurTyagi) February 17, 2023
Here are 7 Best Practices for Keeping a React Project Clean and Efficient.
Leave a comment; if you know a better practice.https://t.co/8MP55DcUKk