First, read this!
Click here to read about the type of content we publish and to tell us about your idea.
Once we have agreed the idea, we will ask you to submit your copy using the tools below. You may need to click below to register with this site first (or login if you are already registered) and you can then select the appropriate submission route.
The proceedure is slightly different, depending on whether you are the author or are representing a client or colleague. We need to receive the article copy plus some information on the author and the submitter (if different) and will also ask you to agree to release of copyright and to assist us in promoting your article by linking to it from your website and/or social profiles.
If you are an author, submit your article here.
Click to Register as an Author
If you plan to submit content written by yourself you will need to first register with the site and then use the form below to file your content.
Click to Edit Your Profile
Please complete your profile. Some of this information may be used in an ‘About the Author’ profile attached to your article.
For PR & Marketers, Etc
If you representing an author submit content here.
Click to Register as a Representative
If you plan to submit content written by a colleague or client you will need to first register with the site and then use the form below to file your content.
Click to Submit Content on Behalf of an Author
Click here to add content on behalf of your colleague or client.
Click Here to Review Our Terms for Content Submission
When you submit content you will need to accept these Terms and Conditions. The most important points are:
- We ask you to assign content copywrite to ensure there are no legal impediments to our use of your work.
- We also ask you to confirm your work is orginal and that you have the right to authorise it’s use.
- Finally we ask you to confirm that nothing you submit to us is copyright to any third party and that if this does prove to be the case, you accept responsibility for any licencing fees that may be due for it’s use.