Become an Insysdnet writer
Write to us at email@example.com to contribute to InsysdNet.com.
Does InsysdNet.com accept new Contributors?
Yes, we accept and welcome outsiders to write and contribute that fir in the covered area by InsysdNet. We don’t pay freelancers, but we’re willing to republish blog posts or articles that you retain the rights to.
What are you looking for from a Contributor post?
We are looking for analysis, reviews and analytical advises, trends, views, experience. Don’t submit anything on breaking news as there are several news websites who are in that.
The best advice will be: read and follow the site you will get an idea what type of stories and articles we do publish. Be creative and don’t submit articles which are on already written.
How can I submit a Contributor post?
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the contributor as well as his/her credentials. If we like your article you will definitely hear back if we’re interested.
Do you have regular Contributors?
Yes. There are some Contributors whose blogs we regularly republish and others who write original pieces for us. These are often high-profile experts.
What else should I know?
We may give your articles our own headline so that it fits InsysdNet style. We may also illustrate the post with our own photos. Unfortunately, as contributors are not the staff so we don’t allow them to use for press credentials.
*Corrections: Please send correct articles to email@example.com. As InsysdNet.com is a host for content, you should make an effort to contact the original author, blog or media company responsible for writing the story.
What we’re looking for:
· Unique analysis, reviews, and expert views. Our writers’ cover many topics — you can write about a similar topic provided your view is an original and unique view that with proper logics and facts.
· We will prefer such articles which are not available in the internet world.
· Posts that relate to Technologies, Politics, Reviews, Life Style, Culture, History.Religion, Creative writing.
· Use simple and easy to read English and interesting.
· Primary reporting. This means you talked to the person(s) or company featured in your story and have direct quotes.
· Accuracy. This includes spelling, grammar, and facts.
· Word count. 500-1000 word posts tend to do well.
What we’re NOT Looking For:
· Coverage of big, breaking news stories.
· Numbered lists, tips, tricks or “How To” articles with very general information. Unless it hasn’t been done before, we’ve probably seen it.
· Promotional or sponsored posts. Your post should not read like a press release, a classified ad, or appear lopsided. You should also not use your post as a recruiting tool. You should always disclose any potential conflicts of interest.
· Extremely personal posts. Real-life examples are great, but we don’t want to read about your private life.
· Attacks. No personal attacks, conspiracy theories, defamation or gratuitous foul language.
· Posts that infringe upon another person’s intellectual property. This includes but is not limited to trade secrets, trademarks and copyrights of any type.
· Keyword marketing or paid links. Adding keywords to increase SEO or driving readers to websites for promotional purposes is not tolerated.