The Dataconomy team are always happy to share new and exciting content from the world of data with our audience. Whether you’re a lone developer or an established data science powerhouse, if you have a killer data science article, we want to hear from you.
Given the broad scope of content our guidelines are fairly informal, and submissions are considered on a per-article basis. We do have a few basic guidelines to bear in mind:
- We accept both pitches and finished pieces. Submit either below, and we’ll get back to you as quickly as possible.
- Straight product pitches will not be accepted. You can of course include your technology if your post centres around a fascinating application on your particular platform. If you’re interested in sponsorship opportunities, get in touch with our Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Unsolicited interview requests will unfortunately not be considered. Although we do occasionally run interviews on Dataconomy, we’ve found that unless the interviewee is particularly high-profile, guest articles get much better traction than Q+As.
- We will consider all article submissions and pitches, but articles with more a technical or educational focus are more engaging for our audience. Our top-performing guest submissions from February, January and December are a good guideline.
- Articles should be roughly 800-1,200 words in length. It’s certainly worth bearing in mind that articles over 1,000 words gain significantly higher engagement with our audience.
- We will consider articles previously posted on your personal or company blog, but original articles will be given priority
- We have the facilities to publish any code or formulae, so feel free to include these in your post. In fact, we highly encourage this.