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0) Read the Terms of service. If you don't agree with our TOS, please immediately leave this website. Otherwise, please continue reading the following article submission guidelines.

BASIC RULE: DO NOT SUBMIT DUPLICATE CONTENT (already published online on the Internet). See 2) for more details!

1) Please keep your article submissions on subject.

2) Each article submitted at must be unique-content. By "unique content" we understand that no parts of the article are already published online on the Internet (for example: at other article websites, personal pages or blogs) even if you are the original author of the respective content. Duplicate-content article submissions are worthless and will be rejected. In brief, in order to be published at, your article should NOT be submitted to any other directories yet, or live on the Internet when you make the submission to our directory.

To check if your article is already indexed by Google, go to and in the search field quote a phrase of your article; for example search for: "one phrase of your article here". If you find at least one result, then your article is already indexed by Google so don't submit it to the E-articles directory.

3) Formatting:

a) Please submit all pieces in a Word, TXT or HTML document, with no fancy formatting or fonts.

b) If you submit articles as HTML documents, start each paragraph of your article with the <p> tag.

c) You may use HTML tags in your article for embedded links and paragraphs. If you would like to submit your articles already formatted in HTML, send us an HTML document.

4) Always link to sources. If you make a statement that isn't common knowledge, especially statistics, you must back it up with a link. 

5) Please include a short bio with your article submission. You may also include an email address to which you would like to have correspondence sent. You may also include links to your pages from the body text of the article (tutorial) as mentioned at step (4) but no more than 1-2 external links per article!

6) We only accept submissions from the original author of the articles or a publicist hired by the copyright owner to submit material here. (If you are a book publisher or public relations firm with copy to distribute, please include a note to that effect at the top of the article you submit.) By submitting material, you acknowledge that you are legally entitled to distribute the work and to allow it to be redistributed.

7) Please let us know whether or not your piece is an original article submission. We prefer them to be original.

8) Please title your article submission. We may decide to change it at publication, but at least we'll have something off which we can work.

9) If your article is rejected, please don't stop sending. Acceptance depends on a variety of factors, including: unique content, timeliness, style, and any number of editorial requirements of the moment that may not necessarily reflect on your writing ability.

Notice: Disconsidering the guidelines above, will result your submission to be rejected.


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