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Feature articles on AccountingWEB usually run from 500-1500 words. We encourage our authors to follow this general guidelines.
Authors are asked to sign a publishing contract that provides AccountingWEB with a non-exclusive license to reproduce the article on
AccountingWEB and its affiliated Web sites, and in any commercial product that AccountingWEB or its affiliates offer to its members.
All guest articles will be attributed to the author and a one-paragraph description of the author and/or company will be
included on the bottom, along with a hyperlink to the company Web site, if appropriate. No honorariums are paid for any guest articles that are published.
Guest articles may be submitted to email@example.com. Please include the author's name,
contact information, a paragraph for the by-line, and the article either in Microsoft Word format or in the body of the e-mail itself.
You may contact our offices if you wish to discuss a regular "Guest Author" Status at 1-866-688-1678 x16.
Articles for publication are selected at the sole discretion of the AccountingWEB editorial staff. Not all articles that are
received can be utilized in our service.
Self-Promotion in the Article
Articles that are submitted which point to a particular product or service that solves the problem identified in the
article - ie., direct self-promotion - will be referred to our sales department and will be addressed through advertising opportunities on AccountingWEB.
Use of Photos
Typically, photos are not included in the article. However, if you believe there is a particular advantage to adding a photo to your
submission, you may include a digital file in either .jpg or .gif format when you send in the article.
Voice of the Editor
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Why is that, you might ask? My job is to replace the irreplaceable Gail Perry as Editor-in-Chief. What does that mean? I don’t really know! I think it’ll be fun getting a feel for things, throwing in my own thoughts here and there, and listening to the discussions you’re having about the accounting profession.