Got a tip for us? You can try our anonymous tip form, but it would be nice to know who you are in case we need to follow up with you. Hit the "Tips" button to begin.
You'd like to send us press releases or information? Easy! Just email us here. Note: although we look at everything that arrives, there is no guarantee that we'll write a story about your submission. We're looking for notable developments in the industry - and be certain to provide written material as well as good quality images that we can include in our story. If you don't, we'll be asking you for them. For guaranteed coverage, please see our Advertising options.
Want to contact someone specific at Fabbaloo? Try our About page, which has a comprehensive list of our staff and contributors.
Need to find us on social media? Here's all our internet properties in one list:
Want to write for us? Just shoot us an email, and be sure to tell us your idea and writing qualifications. Here are our submission guidelines.
We do accept guest posts but are very particular about what we publish to maintain editorial standards with our readers and only publish material that is directly related to our topic, 3D printing. Please read all of the following carefully before submitting material.
We do not accept payment for advertising-oriented stories. WE ARE SPECIFICALLY NOT INTERESTED IN MATERIAL PRODUCED BY SEO ORGANIZATIONS for other parties.
We’re looking for:
Exclusive stories relevant to the 3D print community that highlight hardware, software, materials, events, deals or processes
We seek stories and events that are truly new and may cause a change in the 3D space in some way
Stories are typically short, 400-1000 words, and require relevant images
Coherent writing style with a bit of tech depth, but with recognition some readers may require explanations
A single “point” to the story that provides the reader with some potential benefit
Stories written by those with experience and expertise in the field, or those willing to do appropriate research
We are not interested in:
Stories on other unrelated topics, especially 2D paper printing
Stories written by anyone with limited understanding of 3D print technology and practices
Poorly written material, including awkward sentence structure, repeated phrases and incorrect grammar
Blatant advertising pieces for a product
Pieces obviously focused on a company or product for advertising purposes, especially if not related to 3D printing technologies
Pieces with secretly embedded links to products - although we do provide authors with a paragraph byline including links
Stories ghost-written by others; we require actual expert authors who can potentially respond to questions after publication
Stories that include incorrect technical information or wrong conclusions
Stories published (or will be published) elsewhere
Entry-level 3D printing stories - our readers are well beyond that stage
Pictorial infographics that are not text-based discussion and analysis, as our format is primarily text with images
Stories focusing on non-3D printing or scanning technologies, such as CNC, laser, etc.
Stories directed at the general public for sensational interest, rather than our core readers who are familiar with 3D printing
Stories written by or for SEO firms on behalf of clients
Stories highlighting the normal use of equipment, such as “Company X uses the Y machine to produce Z parts”, or “company X just bought machine Y”, or “company X is now selling equipment Y”
If this makes sense to you, we’d be open to receiving proposed stories for publication.