Do you want to improve the quality of your publication? If so, you should create editorial guidelines for your writers and contributors. In this post, you will find 15 examples of editorial guidelines from around the internet.
What are editorial guidelines?
Editorial guidelines are simply the rules writers and contributors to a blog, magazine, or publication have to follow for publishing content. Most major newspapers and magazines have them.
Agencies or organizations that work with freelance writers or outside contributors should consider creating editorial guidelines. It helps ensure a consistent quality of content from multiple sources.
Editorial Guideline Examples
- SMPS (Society for Marketing Professional Services)
- The Financial Brand
- Bench & Bar Magazine (legal)
- Construction Executive
- NCMA (National Contract Management Association)
- Parks & Recreation Magazine
- Events Magazine
- DEVOPS Digest
- Prosperity Now
- AMA (American Marketing Association)
- Content Marketing Institute
I hope these example guidelines help you develop editorial guidelines for your organization. Which one is your favorite?