We are E RADAR's editorial team and here to help you when submitting your article to us.

With E RADAR you can publish original and thought-provoking articles to showcase your knowledge and experience in front of our global e-business audience.

Our audience is wide-ranging and includes business owners and top managers across all industry sectors. Our readership also includes government, parliament, academia and professional bodies.

Once your article is approved, we'll also ensure that it is included in our social media portfolio that includes Twitter, LinkedIn, Google + and Facebook.

We've set out E RADAR's publishing guidelines below. Our rules are not intended to be heavy-handed, but are written to help you get the best out of your article. We're always available to advise and help you.

Thanks for publishing with E RADAR.

Publishing guide

We always welcome well-written analysis and opinion from entrepreneurs, industry specialists, agencies, technology, legal and other e-business professionals who want to showcase their thought-leadership and best practice with E RADAR's global audience.

All articles are reviewed by the team and benefit from E RADAR's powerful website content optimisation software to help increase your global audience.

Our audience

E RADAR is a powerful online knowledge transfer and professional networking centre designed to help organisations get competitive and collaborative advantage when doing business electronically. With a focus on public policy, governance, legal compliance and risk management, E RADAR is building an international community to help businesses understand and make decisions upon the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats arising out of doing business electronically.

General submission and editorial guidelines

Please read the rules outlined below carefully when submitting or commenting upon on articles. They set out what we consider is acceptable and unacceptable content. We may update these rules from time to time.

Articles should

  • consider what question based upon user search terms you are answering;
  • be written in the English language and contain typically between 500 and 1200 words;
  • have a short introduction, outline five or six main points, and provide a conclusion;
  • connect relevant subject matter with E RADAR's audience (see above section on target audience)
  • provide full referencing, when appropriate;
  • not contain "personal" opinions on sensitive issues such as political affiliations or positions, abortion, and sexual orientation
  • be an original work and not breach copyright laws.

Things you should avoid

  • Content that is not original

It is important that search engines such as Google do not penalise our website for carrying articles already published online. This helps you in the long-term by ensuring we remain at the top of search engine results where more users can readily view your article. We will do an online check.

  • Re-spinning an article using automated software.

This always results in badly written content with sentences that don't hang together and poor grammar. The article will not be accepted.

  • Too many links.

We understand your need to provide quality backlinks to your website(s) in order to improve page rankings, especially with Google. Avoid using more than 5 links per article as search engine robots may reject articles with too many links. We will delete additional links.

  • Linking above the fold.

We will accept articles with one link placed above the fold.

  • Write short titles 
Please keep the title of your article short and succinct for maximum impact.

We will review your draft article promptly. Our decision to publish is final. Articles accepted for publishing will be made freely available to read on the E RADAR website, categorised and tagged using our website content optimisation software.