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We cover technical VLSI related topics. To be more specific, we write on the topics related to integrated circuits, microprocessors and everything related to VLSI industries. The flow of content has to be in such a way that people don't get bored after reading the article. You have to make the article interesting and worth reading. For that, you should apply these rules:
- Write a catchy title for the article. Use at least 7 to 8 words in the title and the focus keyword should necessarily be there in the title.
- The title can be made interesting by using questions like- ‘how’, ‘what’, ‘where’, etc.
- Try to use the focus keywords in the subheadings as well.
- Use keywords(focus keyword) in the article in a ratio of 1:3. Unnecessary keyword stuffing is not allowed.
- Make sure the content is SEO friendly. Use short sentences. And try to avoid passive voice sentences as the reader gets bored in reading long sentences and that too passive voice ones.
To sum up, you have to make the technical content worth reading by making it interesting for the reader.
We write technical content for semiconductor industries.
It relates to the topics related to VLSI and the technologies used in the semiconductor industries.
VLSI courses are also covered up in the content section.
VLSI courses mainly includes:
- Physical Design course
- DFT course
- RTL Design course
- ASIC verification course
- SoC, STA
- Linting, timing analysis, etc
Content also includes topics related to Integrated Circuits.
- The first thing to be kept in mind is the word limit of the blogs i.e; more than 300 words and less than 1000 words.
- The title of the blog has to be catchy and formatted using the ‘title’ option in the font menu.
- The font size of the blog has to be 12 and the font type has to be ‘Times New Roman’
- The blog has to be 100% plagiarism free.
- If in case your article gets any plagiarism, you have to make sure that you make it plagiarism free.
- Once you are done with the article, proofreading is essential.
- Once you have done writing and proofreading your article, you will have to send it to the Chipedge authorities or clients.
- Clients will give their feedback on the article and also comment on the article according to their understanding.
- You will then have to make changes in the article as per the feedback and comments made by the Chipedge clients.
- Then once it's approved, you are done!
Is there anything we left out? If you are interested and passionate to write for us, you can fill in your details in the below form and our team will be happy to get in touch with you.