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At NewsEngineers, we respect the intellectual property rights of others. Please do not post any content that infringes on the copyrights of others without obtaining their written permission. If we receive notice of copyright infringement (see below), we will promptly remove the allegedly infringing content while we work to resolve the issue in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
To uphold this policy, we will remove any user submissions that violate copyright, trademark, or other intellectual property laws. We may also suspend access to all or part of our Sites for any user who violates such laws, and terminate the account of any user who uses the Sites inappropriately.
How to notify NewsEngineers of copyright infringement
If you think someone is using your intellectual property, like a copyright or trademark, without your permission on NewsEngineers.com, you can tell us.
We follow the rules of Title 17 of the United States Code, Section 512, which means we have ways to handle these claims. Here’s how to contact our agent for claims of infringement:
Write to Yunus Malek at NewsEngineers Corp. at this address: 1220 1st Street #204, Coronado, CA 92118.
You can also call us at 619-319-5183 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please give us a written notice that explains what’s happening and why you think it’s an infringement.
To submit a notice of copyright or trademark infringement, you must:
1. Sign your notice (either physically or electronically).
2. Clearly identify the intellectual property that has been infringed.
3. Provide enough information about the allegedly infringing material so we can locate it.
4. Include your contact information (address, phone number, and email).
5. State that you believe in good faith that the use of the intellectual property is unauthorized.
6. Confirm that the information in your notice is accurate.
7. State, under penalty of perjury, that you are authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the intellectual property.
Publishing guidelines for blog posts
All authors who publish blog posts on NewsEngineers (of which there are over 4,000) must follow these guidelines. Each year, our platform publishes several thousand posts.
At NewsEngineers, we take authorship seriously. We require that all of our authors use their real names and business email addresses when posting blogs. We do not allow pseudonyms, anonymous, group or company names. Our site manager approves all authors before they can post content.
To ensure that our blog posts align with our mission and community of business managers, we have some guidelines for content.
First and foremost, blog posts must be relevant to our audience and can be categorized into one of our key topics.
Additionally, posts should be educational and not contain excessive promotional content, inappropriate language or personal attacks.
What do we mean by “excessive promotional content”?
Essentially, blog posts should not be primarily intended to market products, services, programs, etc. for the author’s company or an affiliated business partner.
Additionally, posts should not redirect the user to another site without providing substantial educational content within the body of the post.
We want to ensure that our blog posts provide value to our audience and are not simply advertisements.
We have some rules about what we publish on our platform. We don’t mind a little bit of promotional content, as long as it’s related to the post and doesn’t take up more than 50 words or 10% of the whole post.
We’re okay with you mentioning your company, products, services, or how you work, and you can add links to other websites for more information. But, we won’t publish posts that seem like they’re just trying to get people to click or buy something, like “How to pick a solution or service provider” if you’re the one providing the services.
Our goal is to give readers content that’s worth their time and helps them learn something new. We want to be transparent and provide useful information without any hidden motives.
At NewsEngineers, we don’t allow any kind of paid backlinks on our platform, no matter the reason. If we find out that an author is trying to sell backlinks on NewsEngineers.com, we will terminate their account, and all of their content will be removed from our community.
We take this rule seriously to ensure the integrity of the information on our platform. We believe in providing our readers with trustworthy content and want to keep our platform free of any unethical practices.
When submitting a blog post to NewsEngineers, please note that all posts are subject to moderation. Our community moderator or manager will review each post for compliance with our publishing standards before it is published.
Here is what you can expect during our moderation process:
1. We will remove any Extraneous header/footer information, such as share links, author bio, related content, or any other standard content automatically inserted by the author’s blogging system. This is to ensure that the focus is solely on the content of the post.
2. If there are any un-credited images, advertising, or header/footer information, we will remove them. Images that have not been given explicit credit in the blog post will be removed to protect the author and NewsEngineers from potential copyright infringement claims.
3. We will also remove any advertising, including graphic images, lead generation widgets, blocks of text, etc. that promote products, services or content. However, a call-to-action in text format is allowed, provided it is a natural part of the post content and helps the reader to explore the post topic more deeply.
4. To comply with Google guidelines, we may add a “nofollow” status to links when needed. Direct links to companies, products or services are nofollowed because Google may flag as “unnatural” links intended to influence the search engine. However, links to educational content such as blog posts and articles are generally okay, as long as they help the reader dig deeper into a topic.
Finally, once the post has gone through our moderation process, it will be categorized and published on a first-in, first-out basis. We strive to ensure that all posts on NewsEngineers meet our publishing standards and are of high quality.
Blog Guidelines and Approval Process
NewsEngineers has established certain guidelines for blog posts to ensure that they meet the minimum standards of quality and relevance for their community mission of customer-centric business. To be considered for publication, blog posts must be at least 500 words in length and provide educational value that is relevant to the community.
Our moderator will review every post to make sure it meets our standards. The content must be relevant to our community and not excessively promotional. To be approved, posts should fit one of our main topics and not violate any of the conditions listed below:
1. Ensure the post fits one of our main topics on the site.
2. Avoid promoting clicks to other websites, as this will not be approved.
3. Keep the content accessible for a business audience by avoiding overly technical language.
4. Avoid using marketing language like “best” or “leading” in the post.
5. Refrain from including graphics or illustrations that promote the author’s company or its products/services.
6. Do not compare the author’s products or services to competitors.
7. Do not manipulate search engines through practices like keyword stuffing, excessive or inappropriate backlinks, etc.
9. Each post must be published under an individual author with a valid profile, not under a pseudonym, group, or anonymous account.
10. All guest posts must belong to the registered author’s account and not be submitted separately.
After being reviewed and approved by the moderator, posts are then considered for publication by the Managing Editor. The selection process focuses on posts that provide value to our community and have the potential to start a discussion. However, posts that are too short (less than 500 words), only contain graphics without value-adding commentary, or curate lists of resources may not be selected for publication. Additionally, posts that simply rehash or repeat basic issues that have already been extensively covered by our community may also be cut during this step.
Are you a business leader striving to build a profitable and customer-centric enterprise? Do you want to share your expertise and insights with like-minded individuals? Consider writing a guest post for NewsEngineers!
As a global online community, we are always looking for informative and engaging content related to Customer Experience, Customer Engagement, Leadership, and Technology. By sharing your knowledge with our 3.5 million annual visitors from over 200 countries, you can help shape the future of customer-centric business management.
To contribute a guest post, visit our website and read our Editorial Guidelines. We welcome original content that provides valuable insights and actionable tips for our readers. Join us in creating a community of business leaders dedicated to driving profitable and customer-centric enterprises.
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