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From Noah Slater <>
Subject Re: Write a guest blog post for the CouchDB blog
Date Fri, 08 Nov 2013 18:38:28 GMT
I was asked privately to expand on on this a little.

There are three categories of content I'm thinking about. Early stage,
mid stage, and late stage content.

Early stage content establishes trust, and helps to drive traffic.
This might cover data, databases, related tools, products, or
libraries. Doesn't even have to be specifically about CouchDB. But it
should be relevant to "our tribe". This sort of stuff helps to capture
traffic from Google and introduce people to the CouchDB project.

Mid stage content talks about CouchDB, and why it's valuable. I'm
thinking about case studies, architecture diagrams, use cases, stuff
like CAP, BASE, offline first, data custodianship, etc. This sort of
content helps to explain to people who already know about CouchDB, why
CouchDB is a good fit for them, and how CouchDB has helped other

Late stage content covers specific tutorials, howtos, and examples,
tips, tricks, and techniques for using CouchDB itself. The sort of
stuff that would be interesting to you once you've decided to download
CouchDB and start using it.

If there's anything in there that makes you think "ooh, I could write
something like that" then please, share your idea!

On 8 November 2013 18:52, Noah Slater <> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I'd love to start getting more stuff on our blog. Anything related to
> CouchDB or the CouchDB ecosystem would be cool.
> So if you're built a tool, a client, a library, or a product, and
> CouchDB is related, the project is interested in featuring your
> writing on our blog.
> Could be an announcement, a howto, a getting started guide, anything
> really. The more technical the better.
> Blog posts about using CouchDB. About some trick you have up your
> sleeve, or how to deal with some common pain point. All tremendously
> useful. Let's get this stuff out there!
> This is great for the project because it helps to build our community.
> And its great for you, because you get to share your
> writing/product/tool with a wider audience.
> Thanks!
> --
> Noah Slater

Noah Slater

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