What Defines Content?
Content, as defined for Network or Die is a contribution which provides informational and/or educational value to independent creative professionals. This may be in the form of an article, a video, a slideshow, a podcast, a whitepaper, an infographic, or any combination thereof.
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Rules for Content Submission
These Rules are in addition to our Website Terms of Service and our Privacy and Cookies Policies.
You must be a registered site user, at least 18 years old or older, and own the rights to the content you submit (or have permission from the rightsholder).
DO NOT SPAM!
Please refrain from using this platform to shamelessly promote affiliate links, music, videos, films, books, designs, etc. You may, however, link to your own products/services if in doing so is directly related to the informational and/or educational value of your submission.
Please use headlines that clearly define the content of your submission.
Reviewers must include a disclosure if they have received a product/service for the sole purpose of writing a review.
Content that has been posted elsewhere on the web may be submitted but must include a link back to the original source. This may be in the form of:
- “Source: [Link to my original article]” – if full article is submitted, or
- “Read more…” – if submitting an excerpt.
If you are NOT the original author you MUST have permission to submit the material and must include credit to the original author. This may be in the form of:
- The following article was originally written by [Author Name] at [Link to original article]
Subject to Approval
If approved by the editor, your content will appear on the Network or Die blog and will be shared across various social networks. Contributors retain all credit for submissions, and if original content, all rights.