Write & Get Paid

Welcome to TheCreativeDev!

write and get paid

We would love to have a contribution from you.

Here is some important stuff that you would like to know (Please read till the end of this page):
Before you start writing on our blog you will have to tell us if you are associated, in any manner, with any blog or not. You’d also need to provide us these two things:

  1. A scanned copy image of your photo ID proof and your contact details.
  2. A valid bank account number/ PayPal account (for non-Indian residents) in your own name (family member’s or friend’s account won’t do).

We pay Rs 200 per article to Indian residents and US $5 (through PayPal) per article to non-Indian residents.

For Non-Indian residents, the payment would be strictly through Paypal. For Indian residents, the payment would be only through online bank transfer (Note that it is mandatory that you have your own bank account for authentication purposes; you cannot give someone else’s account number).

Payments to our writers would be made monthly, at the end of every month. Those writers who have written articles in a given month are to send the following details to us at the end of the month in order to receive their payments

  • Their article names along with links to each article
  • Total payment to be made
  • Paypal ID/ Bank Details
  • Account Holder’s Name:
    • Account Number:
    • Bank:
    • Branch:
    • IFSC Code:

Here’s an example of how to send your article details at the end of every month-

Remember! we would not be making payments automatically from our side. In order to receive your payment, you have to send us the above details without fail. Also, if you fail to send us the payment details by the end of that month, we shall be making that payment at the end of the next month.

Article Copyright, Terms and Conditions

We would be holding the copyright of the article and the images that you sell to us so you are bound not to reproduce or re-sell the article in any form either online or offline. Please do not send us copied articles from the Internet. Also, we would terminate this contract if you are writing for a competitor blog. If you are already a technical blogger, we recommend that you write the guest post for us.

The following would lead to immediate termination from our blog:

  • Writing on another technical blog. Please read our blog guidelines.
  • Submitting us reviews with grammatical errors, SMS language, or bad editing.
  • Behaving rudely or arrogantly with any member of the TheCreativeDev team.
  • Telling us that your payment has not been made when it has been made. Payment is a serious issue with us and we make payment to our writers on a regular basis. Whenever a writer accuses us that the payment has not been made we check our accounts. If we see that the payment has been made, then either the writer is lying or he hasn’t bothered to check his account. We don’t want to work with these people.

Article Format

Each article should have at least 600 words and 1 main image. Please avoid writing your article in SMS language (u, ur, lemme, dis, data, etc.). The article must have some/basic development code for explanation or they would NOT be accepted. If you are doing a photo tutorial or an image-based article, you can reduce the number of words.

We take articles on the following:

  • Tutorials about any technologies(PHP, MySQL, WordPress, JavaScript or frontend etc languge)
  • Tips or tricks in any technology or system
  • Web design Development Tutorials
  • JavaScript Demos
  • New Technology Usage(PHP, MySQL, WordPress etc languge)
  • Any Database related topic

We do NOT take articles on the following:

  • SEO
  • Publicity of your own site
  • Only image or content based article
  • Website reviews

Also, please ensure that the topics are not common with the ones already been written on the website. Use the ‘search’ option on the top right-hand side of the blog to determine if a topic/review has already been covered. You can write as per your convenience, even an article per day. Please do remember that we would use your full complete name in the article and NOT an alias.

Some Important Points

  • Please send your articles only at this email ID- cre8ivedev{at}gmail{dot}com along with your bank account/ paypal details.
  • Do let us know if this sounds good to you. If the terms are acceptable to you send us your article in an MSword file as soon as possible. If we approve the article we shall upload it with your name and transfer the payment within a month. Also send us your Paypal ID or your following bank details along with the article:

    Account Holder’s Name:
    Account Number:
    IFSC Code:

Frequently Asked Questions

I have read the rules, what do I do next? Please do NOT email us asking what should you do next. If the above-mentioned points are clear to you, please send us your article along with your scanned ID proof and bank or PayPal details.

I have been emailing again but not receiving any reply. What do I do?
Nothing. We do not reply to emails. Our team is extremely small and it is humanly impossible to reply to emails. If your article is fine as per our rules, we shall put it up automatically. If we want you to edit the certain part of your article, we shall email you. Other than that, we would not be emailing you or replying to your emails. If your article does not appear on the blog, please go through our guidelines to assess what is wrong and resubmit your article after correction.

I don’t have a bank account/ PayPal account, can I give account details/ PayPal id of someone else? No, you cannot. In order to write on TheCreativeDev, you should have your own bank account/ PayPal id.

How often can I write? You can write even daily if you’re submitting good posts.

I checked my account recently and there is a payment discrepancy some time ago We can only check the transactions up to 90 days. So it is your responsibility to check your payments and get back to us as soon as possible in case of a discrepancy. Any payment discrepancy which occurred more than 90 days ago would be considered null and void by us.

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