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What type of content does E=m2C publish?

  • Stories that aim to provoke change — in topics like event planning,
    community manager, event manager, community growth, event management companies, community management tactics, event planners near me, event company, event organisers, events coordinator, event planning companies, event designing, strategic meeting's management, and other topics that relate to designing and building digital products.
  • We prioritize in-depth stories with references and links supported by existing research.
  • We don’t publish portfolio pieces (e.g. case studies). You can turn the learnings from your project into a separate story that has a clear takeaway for readers.
  • Posts that are not trying to sell anything — whether it’s a tool, a book, a training course, tickets to an event, an app, a design studio, a website that profits from views and ads, or your professional services. You can always publish list based posts which compare apps or tools.

Publishing your first article with us

  1. Review this checklist.
  2. Email amy.water@byldeapp.com a link to your Medium draft or published article with a one-sentence description. We don’t accept articles in other formats or through other channels.
  3. We will review all submissions and if your article is a good fit for our publication, we will get back to you within 2 business days. We rarely take longer than that to respond, but if we do, please forgive us — we’re just having a hectic week. The best articles are not time-sensitive, so this shouldn’t be an issue.
  4. After being accepted and reviewed, your article is added to the queue to be published. Once your article is published with us, we ask you to keep it in our publication for at least 6 months.
  5. Use Medium’s formatting tools for the title, subtitle, and headings. Don’t use bold, italic or all-caps for headings. Titles should be sentence-case.
  6. Give your article a good title and subtitle. Make them short and compelling. The beginning of the article is really what’s going to make people decide to continue to read or not.

Write clearly and thoroughly

  • Proofread before submitting it. Run your article by services such as Grammarly or Google Docs to fix spelling and grammar errors.
  • If your article has less than 5 minutes of reading time: are you sure you covered everything your readership expects? Remember that you’re talking to professional product makers (designers, developers, product managers), and there’s a chance they are looking for something deeper.
  • Act professionally. Don’t overuse emojis, GIFs, memes. Remember, we’re talking to a global audience, so not everyone knows about American TV series. Don’t use more than 2 exclamation marks in your entire article.

Give credit where credit is due

  • Google the topic you’re writing about before you start. Chances are that other people have written about this topic before. When you don’t take time to add links and references to other people, you are essentially erasing their work — as well as positioning yourself as someone who doesn’t usually research things / don’t value about other people’s work.
  • Add notes, credits, and links, including inspiration and references. If you did your homework and researched the topic properly, you will have at least a few links to add throughout your article.
  • Give credit to the author of the image. Even if the image/illustration is free or Creative Commons.

Add images (and Alt text)

  • Add at least one image. Your article must have at least one good quality image that will be used as the cover image. If you don’t have a custom image to add, try free stock photo websites like Unsplash, Pexels, Burst, The Stocks, or Pixabay.
  • Don’t add content to the image. We strongly recommend images to be simple, merely supportive (without text or dense information on it).
  • Add alt text to all your images. This will ensure your image is understandable by screen readers, making your story accessible for users with visual impairments. To add an alt text, click on an image and on “Alt text”, then type a one-sentence description of what your image contains.

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E=M2C was founded in May 2019 by Ash Bylde as Community Manager and Event Manager's Online Resource.

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