At Content Science Review, we believe in the transformative power of good content. To us, that means clear, concise, compelling content that is not only useful but also a pleasure to read.
We do accept submissions from external contributors. We look for experts who can shed light on content-related topics in both an interesting and relevant way. If you have a new piece of research, an unexpected perspective on a current event, or an original way of looking at a content problem in any industry, we want to hear about it. We welcome ideas based on research papers and related to books, but we don’t publish pieces that come across as promotional. Topics on Content Science Review include but are not limited to content strategy, user experience, influential content, change management, content marketing, and mobile. We bring together insights on these topics from content, business, and science.
Here’s specifically what we look for when we’re considering what to publish on review.content-science.com:
- Valuable Substance – We’re interested in thought leadership or practical advice based on credible expertise or research.
- Evidence Basis – We prefer articles with more than rhetoric to back up theories or ideas; solid, reputable evidence or examples are required.
- Point of View – The best submissions offer an original perspective with a clear point of view.
- Take-Away – Our audience must be able to apply something useful gleaned from our articles.
- Accuracy – An article is nothing without accurate statements and statistics.
To submit an article, email the Editorial Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. We review both drafts and proposals. If your submission holds promise, we will be in touch to discuss the content and clarify our editorial process. If we’ve passed on something you’ve submitted, please feel free to try again with another idea.