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Why write for India News Bulletin?
- Exposure - your article/s will get maximum exposure. Your article/s will be optimised for search engine results so that people looking for your content will readily find it online and on social media.
- By-line - you will get your own by-line and your own author page (with a brief bio and photo if you are a regular contributor)
- Your own column - if you are interested in contributing regularly (say, once a week), we can give you your own column space on India New Bulletin
- Promotion - your articles will be promoted on India News Bulletin's social media and email subscription lists
- Community interaction: You can share your experiences, reviews and information about anything Desi that will interest the community
- Event promotion: If you or your business is organising a Desi event for the Indian community, you can talk about it and inform community members.
What can I write? India News Bulletin covers news, views and analysis on a wide range of topics for the global Indian. You can send us:
- Latest Indian news on business, Bollywood, politics, or sports topics
- Detailed features - on any of the topics above
- Lifestyle, fashion, travel and articles of interest to the global Indian
- Food - recipes, restaurant reviews (restaurants need not be in London, or for that matter in the UK, we would love to publish reviews of Indian restaurants from around the world)
- Opinion articles - if you feel strongly about any issue related to the sub-continent and/or any issues touching the lives of global Indians, this is the place to express your views
- Picture Stories: been to an Indian event or spotted a Bollywood celebrity? Share your pictures with us.
- Tips around Indian art forms, folk dance, Indo music, Yoga, or curry recipes
What format should the articles be in? We don’t have any set format for articles and will adapt your pieces to fit into our in-house style, but we would like your articles to be of high quality and reasonably detailed – just like the ones on the website now!
Your articles will be reviewed by our editor and any changes, if required, will be fully discussed with you before publishing.
I have my own blog, can I send my articles? Of course you can! Although we would prefer your content to be exclusive to India News Bulletin, we do consider original content from your online properties if they are relevant to our readers and if you would like it published on our site.
Newbie writer: Are you a newbie writer? Do you have story ideas but are hesitant to write it or have a writer’s block? Just have a chat with us!
Do I have to submit articles regularly? No, you don’t have to if you don’t want to. We could publish your one-off article as well, but if you do submit articles regularly, you could become one of our resident contributors and have your own column.
How do I get in touch? Why wait, get in touch with us straight away, write to us at email@example.com
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