If you have read this Between the Lines blog over 8 years you know I am a big believer in promoting other blogs and product users tips and tricks as they say “a rising tide floats all boats” as it benefits all of us, and the of course you the readers. It has always been a real pleasure to publish a guest post from someone in the community to the community.
The idea is to share tips and articles that benefit Autodesk product and technology users as well as promote you, the expert and your, consulting, books, looking for a job, or promoting your blog, Twitter handle, or raise your Autodesk street cred among the CAD peeps. It helps the guest author get more visibility among peers as well as shares some valuable knowledge with the readers of the Between the Lines blog, a win – win for everyone in my book.
Share the knowledge as I don’t know everything and many bloggers are really knowledgeable on Autodesk products and technologies. You don’t need to be a blogger, just have some knowledge to share with the readers.
If you would like to publish a guest article on this blog about Autodesk Products, Tips and Tricks, or Autodesk Technology from 3ds Max, AutoCAD, Inventor, 123D products and of course Revit really just and all things Autodesk.
To submit a guest post please Email Me for details and consideration.This is a great way to be seen by over 20,000+ people daily for free.
Some great examples of recent Guest Blog Posts:
Guest Post by Brian Benton of ‘CAD-a-Blog’
How to Trick Get Your Boss to Buy You an iPad (Tablet)
Guest Post by Robin Capper of ‘RobiNZ CAD Blog’
Moving AutoCAD Architecture Projects, even if Windows objects
Guest Post by Paul Munford of ‘CAD Setter Out’ Blog
Five ways to use Autodesk Inventor’s End of Part Marker in your Daily Workflow
How to create a PDF from AutoCAD with a Single Click
How to turn off layers in your AutoCAD PDF Plots
How to create AutoCAD Hatches that use curved shapes.
Guest Post by Jimmy Bergmark of ‘JTBWorld’ Blog
AutoCAD - Update Sheet List Table and Edit Sheet List Table Settings
Guest Post by Edwin Prakoso of ‘CAD-Notes’ Blog
AutoCAD Data Extraction: Take Your Drawing to the Next Level
Guest Post by Jeff Bartels @JeffBartels on Twitter
Adding AutoCAD Related Blog or Twitter Feeds in AutoCAD InfoCenter