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Guest Blogs

We write about AI, Big Data, Data Science, and Machine Learning, and look for a few high quality blogs to bring to our 500,000 monthly visitors and 250,000 subscribers and followers.
Please email relevant submissions in Microsoft Word, HTML, or plain text format, to editor1 and follow submission guidelines below.

Submission guidelines

We look for technical and original content, which have some interesting takeaways ("nuggets"). The submission should have a few relevant and interesting images or data visualizations.

We expect an opinion to be supported by facts, links, and references. A submission without at least 3 external supporting links or references will be rejected.
Links in author bio or to author company do not count.

A technical blog should not promote one particular product. It is fine to mention your product, but if you do, you should also mention 3 or more similar products/solutions.

See recent examples at our Opinions or Tutorials pages and most popular content at Top stories.

A typical guest blog is 300 to 1000 words, with 2-3 interesting images up to 700 px wide, each image file size less than 100 KB. You can host larger images on other image hosting sites.

Also please provide
  • a suggested summary (~ 2 lines, up to 200 characters including spaces),
  • 4-5 suggested Tags (see current KDnuggets tags)
  • a brief author bio and author URL


For code, please wrap all pre-formatted code segments in <pre></pre> tags. Alternatively, use Github gists for code hosting, and include the gist URL in your submission where appropriate, and we can embed the code in your post.

Equations and Math

For equations, you can use a service for formatting and displaying LaTeX. It works by making an API call with the formatted LaTeX, which is then returned as an image. A call is wrapped in an tag, and looks like this:

<img alt="Equation" 

For example Latex code U^{\pi }(s) produces

You can also go here to do online equation editing. For more complex equations you can do screen capture and include those as images.

KDnuggets reserves the right to edit all messages for length, and decline to post messages which are not relevant.

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