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If you have a topic and would like to share with the rest of the industry, then please accept our invitation to have your article published in our magazine. You may send your article in MSWord format to our editorial department at editorial(at)pfionline.com. However, Please make sure that your work complies with our Editorial Guidelines.
We will try to respond within 7 working days of hearing from you. For time-sensitive articles only, please state “urgent” in the subject line.
We peer review all submitted content to be sure that it is contextual and conform to the scope of our magazine. For that purpose your content may go through the following stages before getting published:
Your title should be ten words or less, it should include active words. It should also refer to the important issue or region or topic it covers. A punchy phrase is NOT enough, capture the context so that your article shows up in search results and Google News. Each article must begin with a one-sentence summary (the “lead”) that uses the active voice. Think of this as a trailer. Do not say, “an analysis” or “commentary”- tell us the salient finding from the analysis.
Please also note that we get more articles than we can publish, so please be patient. By contributing an article you cede to us the right to edit it, have the final say on edits, and in some cases, not to publish the piece.
All articles, multimedia content, and other materials, creations, works of authorship and inventions submitted by you will be your sole property, but you grant us a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide right and license to use, copy, reproduce, adapt, publish and distribute the content in any form.
If you are at risk for expressing certain views under your real name, please click here to write to us. Please state that you wish to write under a pseudonym or an alias and provide an explanation of your particular personal situation. Your information will not be disclosed to a third party without your prior consent unless we are legally required to do so.
This includes content in all forms such as photo features, infographics, videos, and audio. The key here is to make a point and point it well.
Guidelines for Photo Features