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Introducing Laravel.io Community Publishing

24 Jun, 2020 1 min read 157 views

Today, we're incredibly excited to be launching a big feature we've been working on over the last couple of months - Community Publishing.

The goal of Laravel.io has always been to support our incredible community. This started with the forum and we have big plans to extend upon this to make it an even bigger and better resource. This release marks the next step in our journey - curating all of the community's great content in one central location.

From today, we're offering our users the opportunity to share their articles with the Laravel.io audience.

We'd love to see articles of all varieties including articles pitched at the beginner to the Laravel Elite™ and everything in between.

These articles can be brand-new or cross-posted from elsewhere. We don't have any interest in owning your content, so we'll be sure to attribute the it to the original source. We simply want to curate the best Laravel related articles the community has to offer.

Have you solved a complex problem with Eloquent? We want to help share your experience.

Have you just started out with Livewire? Help the rest of the community get started too.

What's more, sharing your work on Laravel.io gives you the opportunity to reach our audience of ~200k unique monthly visitors.

If you're ready to get started, submit your article now!

We want to ensure quality and useful content so there is an approval step before your article goes live. We'll aim to keep this moderation period as short as possible and we'll email you to let you know when it's live!

If you have any questions or issues, please raise an issue.

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