Editorial Guidelines


  • Articles submitted must be the final copy, fully edited and proofed for grammar and concept with zero errors.
  • Articles must be original and must not have been published previously or be under consideration by another publication.
  • Articles should be a minimum of 1,000 words.
  • Advertorial, commercial or promotional articles will not be accepted. While we appreciate cutting-edge articles on topics featuring new ideas and concepts, our readers wish to be educated, not sold. Articles cannot be an advertisement, promotional material, press release or include excessive self-promotion. Only articles that are educational and informative in nature will be considered.
  • Articles from contributors may not have outbound links. For sponsored articles, please contact us using the link in the navigation on this website.
  • You may include a 100-word bio with your article where you can include a company bio. Please include the company/personal bio at the end of the article (it will however be on the author's personal page, NOT in the article itself). DO NOT send a separate document with a bio or resume.
  • Include a high-quality digital picture [head shot] no smaller than 500x500 px when you submit your article along with your name and title.
  • Videos, charts, graphs, infographics, statistical charting, podcasts, surveys and quotes maybe included.
  • If you would like to include your resources, citations or works cited in your article, please place them just after the article but before your bio.
  • Provide a suggested title for your article. The editors may alter titles for marketing or communications purposes.
  • After publication, all authors are highly encouraged to share their article through their social media platforms.


  • Q&A format
  • Bullets with quick ‘take-aways’
  • “He said / She said” pieces (opposing viewpoints)
  • Trends in the industry
  • Thought pieces (Op Eds)
  • Vlogs (video interviews)
  • Lists (e.g. 7 musts knows)
  • Comparison pieces to current news articles (how x impacts y)
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