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Inviting opinion pieces on mobile commerceBy
Mobile Commerce Daily is inviting opinion pieces on mobile commerce issues that affect retailers and marketers as they encourage searching, shopping and transacting on mobile devices.
The opinion pieces should cover the latest trends, discuss challenges or opportunities and offer solutions without self-promotion. Submissions go to Mobile Commerce Daily editor in chief Mickey Alam Khan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each column should offer insight unique to the issue discussed and customized to Mobile Commerce Daily’s core audience of retailers, marketers and mobile commerce service providers.
The goal of these industry-expert columns is to educate readers on the ins and outs of mobile commerce as more consumers add mobile shopping and buying to their daily routines.
The columns will complement Mobile Commerce Daily editorial coverage from editors and reporters on staff.
Columns should have a 600- to 700-word count, with exceptions for longer pieces based on a discussion with Mr. Alam Khan. Sentences should be short and so should the paragraphs. Jargon should be avoided. Columnists cannot promote their product or services.
Those interested in writing columns on a one-off or regular basis should send a one-paragraph summary of the topic and email to email@example.com.
Once signed-off on, the opinion piece should be submitted within two weeks.
The column should include the author’s name, title, company, city, state and email address at the bottom of the piece, along with a high-res jpeg color headshot. No other images will be used for the piece.
Please visit the site at http://www.mobilecommercedaily.com to glean ideas on mobile commerce issues of the day. All material published in Mobile Commerce Daily is copyright of Napean LLC, parent of the publication.
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