If you have an urge for writing on contemporary issues and are in search of a suitable media. This is the right podium for you! We always encourage creative minds from diverse areas and pluralistic backgrounds. If you believe in your potential to influence readers with your unique way of writing articles, blogs, opinions, and features, we are here to provide you with the media.
Writing for Devdiscourse is obviously rewarding! You will get the global audience for creative presentation of your write-ups and share your information and ideas with the external world. This portal constantly accumulates views from various parts of the world, it’s a wonderful opportunity for the development enthusiast, including the experts who want to share research findings, developmental works, et all from throughout the sectors covered by Devdiscourse with the audiences across nationalities on the planet.
The first and foremost requirement is a unique write-up that will relay more about developmental processes in any sector/s or category/ies covered by the Devdiscourse. We classify the write-ups under 15 sectors. Please have a look on sector domains (attach link) to align your write-up with the theme of any of these development sectors. Those love to write on inter-sectoral, multi-sectoral or trans-sectoral themes are also welcome.
You may be aware, on the online media platform, a headline provides the first line of interaction between the author and the audience. Therefore, your headline should be grounded on content but catchy enough to attract the eyeballs and provoke the fingers to click for the full write up. Hereafter, it all depends on the novelty of the pieces of information and their creative presentation to hold the audience for longer and longer. The length of the write-up – article, blog, opinion and feature – should be between 300 words to about 1,000 words. Sadly, we do not consider write-ups below 300 words for publication.
We also follow a well defined in-house protocol to ensure the quality of writes-ups for our audiences. The dedicated technical team members of Devdiscourse would never flinch in checking your content with plagiarism checkers to ensure it is unique. Then editors pick up the next role in ensuring your views/opinions/ ideas are not copy-paste from any published material/s. And the common international journalistic guidelines are ought to be followed. The attribution is must if you find it necessary to pick any published piece of an author’s opinions or views. To make it more clarified, ensure that your content has a clear argument (if possible backed by renowned sector stalwarts’ past views/discoveries/ hypothesises etc. It should not look like just a run-on or list of tips and tricks. Your content is expected to be highly useful for the researchers, knowledge seekers, students, content strategists, information architects in their respective sectors.
You may also submit original photographs, audios and videos clips related to the write-up. They will be published with clear mention of your copyright on it/them to which the Devdiscourse will also have parallel copyright. If not original, it’s mandatory for the contributor to share sources for their contents and photographs. The editors, anytime, are free to knock you for crosschecking the minutest information if found unconvinced. The editorial team has the freedom and authority to decide whether the write up is fit to be published or not.
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