NAIFA's Advisor Today Author's Guidelines
The ideal story gives readers an idea or technique they can immediately implement in their businesses. Stories should spell out the strategies and methods that work best for the author, rather than give a general description of them. Writers are encouraged to use several examples and case histories when writing sales stories. See our Editorial Calendar for 2012.
When accepting an article for publication, the editors of Advisor Today reserve the right to edit the text as necessary. These edits could include substantial changes to clarify the story, improve the writing, trim the length or ensure that an article meets our stylistic guidelines. Writers will be asked to sign a copyright agreement.
Web articles should cover the same subject matter covered in the magazine. The articles can be between 300 and 800 words and should be submitted to Ayo Mseka. Articles that have been published elsewhere are accepted. Please indicate where a story has been previously published.
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