What started out as a hobby by two guys in 2007 has grown to become one of the most influential tech sites in Malaysia and, honestly, we couldn’t have done it without you.
This tech site was started to be a resource for honest, unbiased views on the mobile tech industry and more. Looking back, we realised that one of the biggest opportunities SoyaCincau has given us was a platform to share our knowledge, experience and opinions.
We really believe that the views and opinions that we’ve shared on SoyaCincau.com throughout these years have helped shaped the industry into what it is today. We’d like to give the same opportunity to you, our readers — the people that helped us grow into what we are today.
Have an opinion about the industry? Is mobile data overpriced in Malaysia? Have a super useful tip or hack you’d like to share? Don’t agree with our opinion on a review?
Be a contributor and share your article with us. You don’t have to agree with us, you just have to prove your point. If it’s opinionated, we believe our readers will find it worth reading.
We accept articles on any topic relevant to technology and how it affects society. Your articles can be as long or as short as you need it to be but we find the sweet spot to be at about 500 to 1,000 words. All submissions must be original and exclusive to SoyaCincau.com. Articles that have already been published in any form, print or online, will not be considered.
And please, don’t limit yourself to just text. If you’re a content creator that is more comfortable working with video, infographics or illustrations, we accept those too.
Send your submissions to: . You can also contribute in Bahasa Melayu on our sister site, TheSkop.com. Just drop them an email at .
And yes, for each content published on any of our sites, the creator will get paid. The amount will depend the length and the complexity of the topic.
We’re really looking forward to your submissions!
Note: Due to the number of emails that we receive on a daily basis, we will not be able to respond to all submissions. If you don’t receive a reply from us within three working days, please assume that we will not be able to use your article.