Need a journalist to prepare an article for an IT magazine.
This is the editorial guideline:
For the exact subject/angle please to put together a brief synopsis and send it over to James. He can then let you know if we’d like to proceed. Working this way allows the writer to focus on their expertise rather than having a potentially unsuitable subject area suggested.
In terms of word counts, features are usually around 800, 1200 or 1500 words, and we would also require supporting images if these are available at print resolution, and a photo of the author.
We ask that content focuses purely on the subject and is free from company or specific product mentions - we always include the writer, position, company and company website in the byline. This results in a much more engaging article for the reader where the writer and their company are seen as experts in their field.