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  • You didn't bother to mention what you were referring to.

    Ask via the contact address of the page you linked to. This forum is for suggestions and feedback for the forums platform only.


    EDIT: Actually, don't even bother emailing them. The bullet point you refer to answers your own question.

    Payment. This magazine pays on publication -- that is, after your article runs, we cut you a check. So it is possible that we could assign you an article, which we would eventually decide not to run in the magazine. If that's the case, you would not get paid for that article.
    In practice, this hardly ever happens. But know that it could. If you plagiarize something in your article, or it's so poorly written that it's not salvageable, for example, we will kill the story and you won't get paid.
    Payment is worked out with the magazine editor in chief in advance of the story being assigned. There is no standard fee; payment is determined on a story-by-story case.


    Wednesday, March 16, 2016 11:56 AM

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  • Hi yasseen,

    are you talking about TechNet Articles such as Wiki, blogs, Gallery Contributions ? if so please not that this community is a open and free one where volunteers are contributing hence no one expecting any income through the knowledge shared. and as per my knowledge, aligning with open community strategy, Microsoft will not pay anyone for contributions.


    Wednesday, March 16, 2016 4:33 AM
  • NO. It's about submitting article..below is the link

    https://msdn.microsoft.com/magazine/ee291618

    In the link below, on the last paragraph there is a bullet about payment...

    http://blogs.msdn.com/b/msdnmagazine/archive/2009/12/24/9940803.aspx

    Wednesday, March 16, 2016 11:50 AM
  • You didn't bother to mention what you were referring to.

    Ask via the contact address of the page you linked to. This forum is for suggestions and feedback for the forums platform only.


    EDIT: Actually, don't even bother emailing them. The bullet point you refer to answers your own question.

    Payment. This magazine pays on publication -- that is, after your article runs, we cut you a check. So it is possible that we could assign you an article, which we would eventually decide not to run in the magazine. If that's the case, you would not get paid for that article.
    In practice, this hardly ever happens. But know that it could. If you plagiarize something in your article, or it's so poorly written that it's not salvageable, for example, we will kill the story and you won't get paid.
    Payment is worked out with the magazine editor in chief in advance of the story being assigned. There is no standard fee; payment is determined on a story-by-story case.


    Wednesday, March 16, 2016 11:56 AM
  • what is the maximum amount of dollars they pay for successful article? it's about security.
    Wednesday, March 16, 2016 1:59 PM
  • what is the maximum amount of dollars they pay for successful article? it's about security.

    We have no way of knowing.


    Wednesday, March 16, 2016 2:01 PM