Know a thing or two about angel investing or things that matter to angel investors?
Share your insights, stories, and opinions with Venture Hype and position yourself as an authority along the way.
Simply follow the guidelines below to getting your articles featured.
Anyone you want us to interview? Recommend away. We feature investors, analysts, researchers, industry experts, investment groups, and professional service providers.
Contributing to Venture Hype
Submit your article to venturehype [at] gmail [dot] com. To be featured, your article must offer tips, insights, or takeaways for investors. If you’re unsure whether your topic would be a good fit, feel free to send us an email and tell us what you have in mind. We’ll reply within 2 business days. If there’s a good fit, you’re more than welcome to chime in — just once or lots and lots.
Once your article is published, it’ll be distributed on Twitter, Facebook, FriendFeed, and it’ll be broadcast by many others who syndicate our feed.
What You Need to Know
- You get to promote yourself and/or your firm/group/association. Simply include your byline (that’s your name) and some quick and fascinating notes and links about you and/or your company at the end of the article.
Copyrights and Disclosure
- You grant us exclusive copyright and we get to reprint your fab article with your name in any Venture Hype materials.
- Don’t copy stuff or reprint articles from elsewhere. It’s naughty and you can get into lots of trouble.
- Disclose straight away if you’re a stakeholder of the companies you mentioned in your article.
- Your article should be at least 300 words. It must be original and shouldn’t have been previously published.
- If you want more people to read your article, you may want to spice up your piece by including links, images, audios, and/or videos.
- Make your writing style easy to understand. Use active tone and avoid nasty jargon.
- Your credibility increases when you’re genuinely being helpful rather than writing an advertorial about something of your own.
- Offer clear advice or takeaway’s about a specific issue that may impact angel investors or help them understand something better. Stories, how-to’s, case studies, lessons learned, and step-by-step instructions work wonders.
BTW, if you know someone who’d make a great contributor, send them our way!