OMNIKAL selectively accepts outside contributions from industry professionals, and our own entrepreneurs on the platform.

Here’s how it works.
WHAT WE LOOK FOR

Articles submitted for consideration should be of interest to readers of OMNIKAL, have a tone that is appropriate for OMNIKAL’s community of SMBs or Fortune 1000 executives, and be written by a real person, vs. a PR department.

We like articles that introduce fresh new ideas, innovation, perspectives and advance conversations around the topics and trends that engage our readers – please think op-ed rather than content marketing. We appreciate lively, polished writing that balances research or news with fun and memorable anecdotes or examples that help illustrate your point of view.

While we encourage drawing from your own experiences in business to support your ideas, over-the-top self promotion (of yourself or your company) will prevent us from publishing your article. Same goes for dense jargon and abstract or blanket assertion.

“Please no pitches, abstracts, outlines, press releases, or interview offers.”

OMNIKAL prefers submissions from contributors who are leaders in and knowledgeable about the types of industries and topics we regularly cover in our blog:

  1. All things Digital
  2. Branding
  3. Career development
  4. Creativity
  5. Entrepreneurship
  6. Finance
  7. Generation Z & Y
  8. Growing & scaling
  9. Growing your business
  10. Hiring and recruiting
  11. Human capital management
  12. Inclusion
  1. Innovation
  2. Leadership
  3. Marketing
  4. Productivity
  5. Small Business
  6. Tech
  7. Women in Business
  8. Women in Tech
  9. Work culture
  10. Work life balance
  11. Work-life issues

All the above topics are popular with our readers, especially if there’s a key takeaway for other entrepreneurs and professionals.

To get an idea of the types of stories OMNIKAL wants to publish, and how the finished acceptable finished product looks, please read our blog! Remember the best articles are made “skimmable” through adding bolded headlines, numbered items and grouped categories for fast reading.

HOW TO SUBMIT

Most articles are around 750–900 words. We cannot offer to pay for contributed stories, but if they’re engaging to read and useful to our audience, we will energetically promote them, just like any other story that runs on our site and through our social distribution channels.

Send via email complete, edited, ready to go unpublished articles only, intended strictly for OMNIKAL‘s blog, to Director, Quantise Rogers at quantise@omnikal.com Please no pitches, abstracts, outlines, press releases, or interview offers. Please no phone calls, email please.

WHAT TO EXPECT IF WE ACCEPT

Submissions are reviewed approximately once a week, and the process is selective. Due to high volumes, we’re often unable to respond to all submissions. If you don’t receive a response within one week of submitting, it’s safe to assume that your piece was not selected for publication.
For those that are:

  1. All articles are subject to editing at our discretion.
  2. Headlines and subheads are subject to change.
  3. Content may be edited for style, tone, or substance.
  4. Links may be added for context.
  5. Art will be added at the discretion of OMNIKAL staff.
  6. Articles may or may not be promoted across OMNIKAL’s family of sites, on our homepage, in our newsletters, and via our social feeds.

OMNIKAL requests that contributed articles remain exclusive to our site for three to five business days, after which time they may be reprinted in part or full on other sites, with a link back to the original article on OMNIKAL. To repurpose or use OMNIKAL articles for commercial purposes, please contact us.

Submit Your Article For Evaluation

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