The following guidelines govern submission of articles for publication by Executive Briefing. These guidelines are intended to be flexible as we want to work with our contributors to make sure their submissions are valuable to them and our readers. For the purpose of these guidelines, Executive Briefing refers to all media assets of Executive Briefing including but not limited to websites, newsletters, and all associated content.
Content and Length
Content should provide executives, directors, and managers useful information related to the industry for which the content is submitted.
Principles-based – Content should be news related, analytical, and/or consultative in nature. We do not accept press releases or overtly promotional material.
Original Content – Submitted articles must be original works by the contributing author. Publication of articles contributed to Executive Briefing should be limited to Executive Briefing and the contributor’s company website.
High Quality – Submitted articles must be grammatically correct and free of spelling errors.
Length – Articles should be 300 – 700 words in length.
Authors retain the copyrights for all original submissions. Contributors grant Executive Briefing the irrevocable rights to publish, in perpetuity, any submitted material for reading, download, or other use by any consumer of the Executive Briefing media asset. The author certifies to Executive Briefing that their submission is original and that they have not violated any copyrights.
Executive Briefing’s editorial staff reserves the right to edit for length, clarity, and/or readability any article submitted for publication. Our editorial staff will make the final decision on when any article will be published.
Recognition and Promotional Opportunity
Authors will receive recognition and promotion via a 2 – 3 sentence ‘About the Author’ section at the end of their contributed article. This section may include a 75 x 96 px headshot photo of the author and 1 – 2 hyperlinks to the author’s biography and business websites.
Submission of an article does not guarantee publication.