Jul 23, 2010 Submission Guidelines Comments Off on Submission Guidelines
ABOUT TEXAS CEO
Editorial Mission: The editorial mission of Texas CEO Magazine is to invigorate business statewide by sharing relevant content, and fostering a community of Texas business leaders.
Readership: Texas CEO Magazine readers are business owners, entrepreneurs, corporate executives, and aspiring CEOs who want to assimilate useful information quickly. They want to stay current on issues that affect their company and their workforce, trends and events that present opportunities to expand their business and network of peers within Texas.
A semi-monthly publication, each issue of Texas CEO tackles a specific c-level topic, such as healthcare or corporate culture, by offering smart, general interest stories that affect those in the corner office and those that aspire to be there.
We’re looking for factual articles that are relevant to different industries and focus on such areas as leadership, organizational change, strategy, operations, marketing, finance, managing people, biz development, technology etc.
Our articles are applied knowledge about operating a growing and profitable business in Texas and answer the question: What does the CEO need to know? The tone of your article should be peer-to-peer, owner-to-owner, CEO-to-CEO.
Articles submitted full of self-promotion will be returned and not used.
Note to PR Professionals – we send more articles back due to improper style to the “pros” than we do to consultants, CEOs and others in the C-Suite. Please do your homework on the type of articles we publish by spending time on our website and don’t make assumptions. Billing your clients for wasted hours is out-of-bounds.
STYLE GUIDELINES FOR WRITERS
Texas CEO Editing Policy:
How to Submit an Article:
Article Content Guidelines:
All Articles Should Include:
We write our own headlines & sub-heads. If you’d like to suggest a title, please include it on your article submission.
Submission of photos, renderings, charts and diagrams:
In general, Texas CEO does not pay for department article submissions. Any other arrangements must be made with the Publisher
Before you submit or query
Do not submit syndicated material and articles previously published.
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