All About Circuits is known and respected for our accurate, engaging, high-quality content. We publish a wide variety of articles that provide educational resources for teachers and students, practical guidance for designers, and inspiration for electronics enthusiasts of all kinds.

Do you want to be a part of the AAC team? Do you have expertise or experience that you want to share?

You don’t have to be a professor, or a PhD student, or a senior design engineer. In fact, much of our content is produced by readers like you. Our editors will help you to refine your writing and your technical information, and after the article is published, you get paid.


 
“Here at AAC, there are two priorities: First, have a good time. Second, produce top-quality content. We can help you with both.” —Robert Keim, technical director and longtime contributor
 
“Nothing I have done since college has taught me more about electronics than writing for AllAboutCircuits.com has. The editorial staff are a pleasure to work with.” —Mark Hughes, technical editor and regular writer
 
“AAC is flexible. We work with our writers to develop topics that suit their expertise and interests. The writing process is tailored around their schedules and needs. We provide help on technical reviews, diagram creation, promotion, and more. And we on the editorial team are friendly and supportive (after we’ve had our coffee). Just don’t forget your Oxford commas—or else.” —Kate Smith, editor-in-chief and amateur philosopher

Why write articles for All About Circuits?

  • 2.1 Million+ Readers: If you want to become an electronics celebrity, or if you just want to help a lot of people, we have the platform you’ve been looking for.

  • Expertise: Develop yours with the help of ours. Everyone at AAC is learning. As a writer, you’ll have access to assistance and guidance from our technical editors and trusted contributors.

  • Networking: All our writers have their own author page that includes a short bio with links to a personal website or to social media accounts.

  • Free Stuff: Interested in writing project articles? Get your hands on new and exciting dev boards and components provided by AAC and our industry partners.

  • Payment: (If you like working for free, you are welcome to do so. For everyone else…) We pay competitive rates for every article that reaches the “ready for publication” stage.


Interested?

Send us your résumé, topic ideas, and — if available — technical writing samples.

writers@allaboutcircuits.com