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I have prepared a very nice article for sending text messages and want to publish it here on Stack Exchange. How to do that?

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You don't. Stack Exchange sites are not blogs.

If you can formulate your article as a question which is not too broad, or opinion based, and a subsequent answer, you could post it here, but I highly doubt if you can rewrite it that far.

A blog might be more suitable for your article.

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  • How to write blog here? can you assists me – Technology Diagnostic Mar 21 '17 at 6:30
  • Sorry, no. Such advice is off-topic here. Just Google your question and you will find a lot of information. – Patrick Hofman Mar 21 '17 at 6:32
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    @TechnologyDiagnostic - Stack Exchange websites do not have "blog" capabilities at this time. – Ramhound Mar 21 '17 at 17:38
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Short answer; you don't.


Stack Exchange is a series of question and answer sites; as such, it is not the appropriate place to simply post articles we have created on a particular topic.

We can certainly publish material we have written without somebody else asking about it, but we should/must also ensure that:

  • We are formatting the content as a quality question and answer, and not a "how-to".
  • We are posting a question that would be useful to other users.
  • We are posting a question/answer that is of quality format, with an emphasis on "straight to the point", and direct, definitive answers over discussion-orientated ones.
  • We are posting the content on a site where the content falls within the scope of both Stack Exchange, and what that site considers to be on-topic.

It is next to impossible to tell if your article would be appropriate anywhere, but it is certainly inappropriate for Stack Overflow (a programming-focused site). I can easily speculate that anything written as an article would still require extensive format to be left open, let alone received well. I would recommend looking for a blogging platform for self-publishing articles.

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  • can i post a blog here on stack overflow instead of an article – Technology Diagnostic Mar 21 '17 at 6:48
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    @TechnologyDiagnostic what don't you get about the multiple "no"s you've already had? – jonrsharpe Mar 21 '17 at 6:49
  • @TechnologyDiagnostic, safest bet is to assume you can not post your content at all across the Stack Exchange sites. – Gnemlock Mar 21 '17 at 6:56
  • thisresponse really make sense – Technology Diagnostic Mar 21 '17 at 7:06
  • @TechnologyDiagnostic Nope; What you want to do is not possible. – Ramhound Mar 21 '17 at 17:39
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Articles now available for stackoverflow Teams https://stackoverflow.com/teams/features/articles

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