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Guidelines to follow if you want to write for us
Please pitch your content ideas to us before you write the actual article.
We only publish original articles. (not previously published anywhere else, including your own site)
Content should be of high quality with no spelling or grammatical errors.
Topics We Cover
We only accept content that related to the topics listed in the categories page
Recommended Article Length
1200 – 2500 words.
Provide a clear takeaway or learning for readers. Use headings, subheadings and numbered lists/bullets to structure your writing.
Include facts, research, sources or personal anecdotes to substantiate your insights, information and arguments with external links (no less than 3).
Link to validation post.com’s published articles where appropriate.
Author Bio and Photo
All final drafts should be accompanied by an author bio and photo(40*40 px). The author bio should be 10 to 20 words long.
We encourage authors to include images/videos as part of the submission. Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to use images/videos and/or other material from outside sources.
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When the article is published on our website, it is then owned by us and you are not permitted to re-publish the article without our prior written approval.
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