Hello, I'm a user by the name of FictionalObjects, and I'm a creative and weird person, and I'm excited to write on the SCP Foundation. I know lots of SCPs, I've read the most popular ones, too, what's my favorite, you ask? Well, 294 is my favorite. Anyways, I'm off to write some SCPs, now. If anybody got some tips, you can definitely post it here, because I'm new.
If you'd like to write some SCPs, make sure you read through the How to Write an SCP Guide and make yourself a sandbox page to keep your drafts in before you make any mainsite posts. Get your finished work reviewed in the IRC chat and/or the drafts forums, or ask for feedback on your core concept in the Ideas and Brainstorming forum before you start drafting.
Also, definitely read more than just the popular stuff, since a lot of those Series I articles are pretty outdated! If you're looking for SCPs that are a good example of current site standards, I recommend reading the high-rated Series II and III articles (SCPs with numbers from 1000 to 2999). There are many inspirational articles in Series I, but articles written six or more years ago are less likely to be up to current community expectations, even if they've got a lot of upvotes. Remember to pay attention to how old an article is when deciding if you'll use it as a guide or not; you can (and should!) check article age by clicking the "History" link at the bottom of a page, and looking for the page creation date.