BECOME A MEMBER OF THE EFY CONTRIBUTOR NETWORK

Most leaders get so wrapped up in doing their every day work, they don’t think about the work they do as much they should. By having a weekly writing deadline forcing me to think about my work from a different perspective so as to write about it, it forces me to create an opinion. It forces me to articulate that opinion to others. That’s been really meaningful to me.

Would you like to send your thoughts and ideas to consistently reach an established engineering audience of more than one million per month?

Writing valuable articles can serve as a way to establish your thought leadership, while helping your firm to be seen and understood by those who hadn’t known it existed. Some of our authors use this as an outlet for content marketing by sharing valuable and helpful solutions to solve challenging problems in our industry.

The EFY Contributor Network

The EFY contributor network is a platform that allows engineers, experts and thought leaders in the electronics industry to blog weekly on the EFY website (15,00,000+ pageviews every month).

Articles related to topics like Internet of Things will in addition to being published at electronicsforu.com, will also be syndicated at Electronics Of Things (a dedicated IoT website that sees 1,00,000+ views every month).

We will also have a unique online Author’s page created for you, which will list and link to all the articles that you have written or blogged about at any of our websites. The best articles will be served to our readers through appearances on the home page, side bar, featured articles section, newsletters, social media pages and the EFY print magazine.

Stories published at EFY have helped some of our contributors to attract more inbound leads for their business than ever before!

How to get started

We accept submissions on any topic related to engineering, technology, innovation and work culture. Any article submitted to us must be original and exclusive to EFY. We will not consider article ideas, but only finished manuscripts. The best article will be selected each month for a Rs. 3,000. The selection of best article is based on a combination of factors that are explained at the end of this article.

Submissions should be sent to shanosh.kumar@efy.in with the subject line, “Application to EFY Contributor Network.”

We do receive a large volume of submissions and publish very few of them. We do our best to review all submissions in a timely manner. Lengthier articles will take longer to evaluate. We reserve the right to edit all submissions for clarity.

Prospective authors are required to disclose any actual or potential conflict of interest, including but not limited to any financial interest in any product, firm, or commercial venture relevant to their submission. Failure to do so will result in prominently placed corrections. Please allow us five business days (i.e., excluding weekends and holidays) for us to review your work; we cannot accept for review any submissions that do not allow for this timeframe.

Also, please do not submit follow-up emails inquiring as to your submission’s status. If you have not heard from us after five business days have elapsed, feel free to submit your article elsewhere.

In order to ensure that your application gets approved, please do spend time to understand the guidelines for EFY contributors before submitting your article.

Begin your journey to become a dominant voice in professional thought leadership and engineering content

We wish you the very best.

How we select the best article in a month

The score for each article is based on a formula. The formula is:

Score = Quality Index (scale of 10) X Tech Index (scale of 10) X Views

“Quality index” will be given to the article based on the quality of research and explanation of the idea or topic that the story focuses on.

“Tech index” will be given based on the technicality of the subject. Higher the amount of technology explained in the story, higher will be the score.

“Views” will be the number of unique page views that the article attracts. We will use the number given by the Google Analytics tool.