Publish on DbSchema BLOG

Publish an Article on DbSchema Blog

We encourage users publishing technical articles on DbSchema Blog. The main areas are related to database design, management and query, for all supported databases.

How to Publish

You can edit articles and publish them directly from the DbSchema Help / Publish Blog Article menu. There you will find a Markdown editor with preview.

Alternative, you can send us articles, preferred in Markdown format, to by email [email protected].

Why Become a Contributor?

Technical writing is a great way to solidify your knowledge of a topic and share it with the community. As an author for DbSchema, you’ll work within an editor that will provide guidance and feedback on your articles and code. Our publishing process will help you improve your skills both as a technical writer and developer.

Another benefit is the opportunity to engage with other admins, designers or developers and build your reputation. We always promote all the articles through the newsletters and through social media, to make sure they’re actually being discovered.

And, last but not least, this can be a good way to earn some side income. A lot of our authors use the platform as an opportunity to learn and research new technologies while getting paid.


The budget for each article is based on your author level and the number of words.

Here are some typical budgets used by authors in the Java area:

Level 11 – 750 words81$
Level 11 – 1000 words86$
Level 15 – 750 words93$
Level 15 – 1000 words97$

The level is based on the feedback from your editors on 3 metrics: writing, technical, and communication. When you start, you’ll be at level 1, then you’ll progress as you improve (the max level is 20).

Basically, the better the quality of your writeups, the higher the payment will be. We generally handle payments via Paypal.

Markdown Cheat Sheet

![alt text](image.jpg)
# H1
## H2
### H3
**bold text**
*italicized text*
> blockquote
Ordered List
1. First item
2. Second item
3. Third item
Unordered List
- First item
- Second item
- Third item
Horizontal Rule