The benefits of publishing an article with Mechanical Engineering Blog are as follows:
Publishing an article on ME Mechanical offers you many benefits. Some of them are:
- As an author at ”ME Blog’, you will earn a name and fame.
- Article(s) submitted by you, will be getting an excellent exposure among 100,000+ monthly mechanical engineering readers of this website.
- If you own a personal website, we will link to your personal webpage.
Article Submission Guidelines:
Please follow our guidelines before submitting your draft work to get easily approved by our Editor-in-Chief.
- Your article must not have been released anywhere else in any format.
- The article must be well written without any spelling mistakes and grammatical errors in simple English language.
- Your article should have a length of at least 500 words and must not exceed more than 4000 words.
- A maximum of five images is allowed per article.
- Once your article is published on our site, you should not reproduce the same article on any other site to maintain the uniqueness of the article.
- If your article is approved and published on our site, you grant us the right to take legal action on your behalf, against anyone, who plagiarizes your article content without your permission.
Your article needs to come under one of the topics listed below:
- Automotive / Automobile Engineering
- Engineering Materials
- Fluid Mechanics
- Heat transfer
- Hydraulic Machines
- Manufacturing / Production Technology
- Power Plant Engineering
- Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
- Strength of Materials
- Theory of Machines
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If your article meets our guidelines then create a Google Doc on Google Drive and share the doc URL manually with us at chennu.writer(at)gmail(dot)com and email@example.com with a doc sharing permissions as ‘anyone with the link can comment. So that our editors can review it.
If your draft work is in a promotional manner or contains a backlink to product or service pages, we are not unlikely to accept those requests.
Last Updated 23rd March 2022.