World Herald is built and maintained with the help of some talented enthusiasts, who find it their own pleasure to go through the industry updates and bring them to our readers. Without such contributors, we will not be able to cover these much updates with authenticity and readability. While we love ensuring the best quality of the articles and the overall content delivered, The Industry Herald believes that everyone has an enthusiast inside them. If the one, inside you, wants to write some thrilling industry-related updates for our readers, The Industry Herald wholeheartedly welcomes you to the field.
Becoming a contributor at World Herald is not just about writing an article or two. It’s about becoming part of a community that believes in the awesome ability of the tech, business and science industry. You will have a platform to communicate with like-minded people and share your ideas. We know that World Herald cannot move on with constructive criticism. So, as a contributor, World Herald welcomes you to offer constructive criticism, regarding not only content quality but also the overall platform. So, if you’re someone who can write on Energy and Resources, Health & Medicine, Finance, and Technology and Media, take this opportunity to become a contributor.
There are a few points you should consider while preparing an article for World Herald. We do really recommend that you keep all these points in mind so that the overall content quality is up to the mark.
The article should have a minimum word count of 300 Words and should cover the important aspects of the update.
We recommend the use of intuitive language so that our readers can understand your points easily and quickly.
All of the articles submitted to World Herald should be 100% unique, meaning that it should not be published earlier. Plagiarised articles won’t be published by World Herald
You have to depend upon authentic sources and represent facts and figures with proper accuracy.
If you think you’re up for this, free feel to contact us via email, social media, and other platforms.