Editorial Guideline

Article Content

  • Article or Content Must be Unique and Never Published Anywhere Before.
  • Minimum Words in Article Body: 750 Words (The Longer the Better)
  • Should Have Proper English, Which Includes Proper Spelling, Grammar, Punctuation, Capitalization and Sentence Structure.
  • Should Have Related to Available Categories
  • Should Not be a Private Label Rights (PLR) article or Contain Unattributed Content to Which the Author Does Not Have Exclusive Rights.
  • Should Not be Written as a Press Release, Hard Selling, Product Pitching.
  • Should Not Contain Self-Serving or Promotional Content in the Article Title, Body. Only put it on the last paragraph of your articles.
  • Should Not Contain Negative Content Towards any Product, Company, Individual, or Group.
  • Should Not Contain Profanity, Pornographic, Gambling, Casinos, Drugs, Wine or Liqour Material.
  • Should Not Contain Illegal or Overly Controversial Content.
  • Should Not Contain Rehashed Content, or Material Overly Similar to your Prior Submissions.
  • Should Not be Formatted as a Personal Email, Letter or Other Correspondence.
  • Should Not Contain Information that Promotes Unethical Internet Activities, Business Practices or Anything that Would Create a Poor User Experience for Web Users.


  • Maximum 2 hyperlinks in the article’s body

Author Name


  • Must Provide First or last name
  • Professional Doctorate (academic or professional degree) – (Dr, MD, DDS, PhD, etc.) is acceptable

Not Acceptable

  • Names or potentially pseudonyms are straightforwardly connected with the article’s content point. Writer names that are made up to advance and emphasize the substance you are expounding on are not permitted.
  • E.g.: An author with the pseudonym of “Rich Broker” who is expounding on putting resources into stocks wouldn’t be permitted.
  • E.g.: An author with the pseudonym of “Dr. Love” is expounding on bringing sentiment back into connections would likewise not be permitted.
  • Numbers or symbols (e.g., Mary 4 Smith or I < 3 Ben).
  • Company name.
  • Email address.
  • Adjective or noun-like description (such as Cool Dad, Wealth Lauren, or Super Bob).
  • Religious titles (e.g. Father, Rev, O. Praem, Mother).
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