The Financial Revolutionist welcomes thoughtful contributions from leading thinkers, financial services professionals, fintech start-up entrepreneurs and anyone else who has revolutionary ideas worth spreading.
Some basic guidelines:
Posts submitted for consideration should be of interest to readers of The Financial Revolutionist and possess an authentic voice. Humor, colorful metaphors and provocative statements are welcome as long as they serve the goal of making your point.
Use submissions as a way to demonstrate leading-edge thinking and an understanding of the dramatic changes taking place in financial services and/or the exciting innovations under way in fintech. We’d ask you to refrain from using a post to advance a specific company or promotional offer.
Guidelines for submission:
Please only submit original posts that have not been published elsewhere.
If you would like to submit an abstract in advance of writing an entire post, you can email us a summary of your intended topic that is 50 words or less.
Although we do not have any hard cut-offs, we would ask that submissions fall between 500 to 1,000 words.
We ask that you submit a recent photo alongside your post.
Generally within one week, we will acknowledge receipt of your submission and apprise you on whether or not your post has been selected for publication. If you do not hear from us within one week, please feel free to poke us.
Please keep in mind that we retain the right to edit your post for content and style. Headline, subtitles and graphics may also be added or modified to enhance your post.
What you will receive if we publish your post:
Our policy is to not provide compensation for submissions. However, your post will be:
Featured in The Financial Revolutionist’s weekly edition with a hyperlink to our web site’s Opinion section.
Promoted through our social media channels.
Credited to you through a byline indicating authorship and company affiliation.
For submissions, questions or clarifications, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org