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Thanks for your interest in contributing to the Freeman Fox Info website. Below you will find details on the types of posts we look for and specifics about our editorial process.
Our editorial mission is to inform former clients on what happened with Freeman Fox.
While the core of our site has been historical information, we have broadened our editorial and will now consider useful posts that truly aim to move this dialogue forward.
We will only accept posts that satisfy the following criteria:
Posts need to advance the dialogue of Freeman Fox values – Financial Freedom. We will only accept posts that provide new insights for clients and interested people.
Posts need to be useful. While posts do not need to be a step-by-step how-to, they need to include a specific takeaway or key thought.
Posts need to be logical and interesting to read.
Posts need to have positive intent – they can describe a negative feeling or sentiment but they need to be designed to educate and enlighten, not critcise.
Posts need to be factually accurate or can correct factual inaccuracies on the site. Realise that sometimes “fact” is subjective.
These are the specific types of post we look for:
How-to posts: We look for detailed posts that very clearly outline how to do something; templates, checklists and step-by-step approaches work well.
“Thought leadership” posts: Financial Services is an industry that has been evolving quickly, and we want to be evaluating trends and figuring out what is coming next. Are there conversations you think we need to have to move the industry forward? Is there something going on that you want to call out that is not true or not working? What are the current trends?
Hero Stories, Case Histories, and Fun Stuff – had a great experience with Freeman Fox in the past? Share it here. There was over twenty years of amazing stuff happen at Freeman Fox and we’re sure you were part of some of it.
To increase the likelihood that your post will be accepted, consider these suggestions:
Whenever possible, include real-life examples and/or case studies to demonstrate the concepts described.
Use of videos, photos, charts, screenshots and other visual content is strongly encouraged. Feel free to embed new types of content platforms as well.
Articles should include detailed instruction or specific recommendations that will help investors incorporate your advice into their strategies.
In addition, we do not accept submissions that fall into the following categories:
Posts with unclear focal points, or those that are not clearly organized or formatted to grab reader attention. We encourage writers to use subheadings, bulleted lists, and bold fonts to highlight key concepts and action items.
Articles created as blatant link-bait, with little original insight or practical discussion provided within the post copy.
Op-ed style posts that discuss why an issue is important without discussing how, specifically, it can be used by investors.
Posts that have already been published elsewhere.
White papers, and other promotional content that is meant to tout the benefits of one specific product/service over others.
Posts that are inflammatory, critical without being constructive, vilifying, racist or prejudiced.
Posts that given actual financial advice – eg lists of recommended shares in investments.
Due to the volume of submissions, we do not respond to guest post inquiries that include a request for a link exchange. These posts are not accepted.