Our goal is to give our visitors original, high-quality information by sticking to the highest standards of professional journalism.
All authors know that if they don’t follow these rules, their article could be turned down without further notice.
This policy must be agreed to in writing before we can make a deal with you.
Articles must have original, never-before-seen content.
Copyscape and other tools that look for plagiarism should be able to find no evidence of it.
Only content that has never been published before should be sent to us so that our editors can look at it.
It’s important to give the people who will be reading your work high-quality content.
If an article is found to be copied from another source, the account of the author or contributor could be closed or cancelled.
Proofs and Claims
Make sure that all claims and numbers have been carefully checked before they are added to the article.
Clients will not accept information that is wrong or incomplete.
We only post information that has been confirmed by more than one source and is already in the public domain.
Links to relevant websites are needed for facts, statistics, or claims that have already been published.
Try as hard as you can to back up what you say with solid evidence.
You can back up your claims in writing with pictures, graphs, and screen shots.
Don’t make a claim if you can’t find any good proof to back it up.
We need every piece of content you write for us to be geared toward a certain audience.
If you want your piece to be worthwhile, you must have a clear goal in mind.
For us, it’s important to keep our readers up to date on what’s going on in different fields and with technology.
Items can’t be used to promote a certain currency, industry, or business. They must be neutral. This is very important.
Getting the word out about a product or service.
It is not okay to use a piece of writing to promote a business, a product, or a person.
Your articles’ headlines, subheadings, and content must all be clear and unbiased.
Avoid putting links to articles that promote a certain company, currency, or person.
Putting commercial links in our articles is something we try to avoid as much as possible.
We don’t write for the general public. Instead, we write for tech and business professionals.
If you want your material to be useful to your audience, you need to know a lot about the latest technologies and business processes.
We’ve made it our mission to keep them up-to-date on the latest business and technology news.
Before you start writing an article, you should think about who you want to read it.
After a long review, the essay was agreed upon.
The magazine’s editorial board is the only one who can decide whether or not to publish an article.
Our editors can accept or turn down a piece of work without giving a reason.
If one of our essays gets published, we hope it will scare away the people in our company who make decisions.
The board’s decisions are final and can’t be changed.
I have to report for a living.
When you report for us, don’t just use your own sources.
We think it’s important to check that each news post on our platform is true before it goes live.
All of the facts and numbers you put in your post must be backed up by evidence.
In line with our editorial policy, we ask that you follow these rules.