We have strict guidelines for publishing articles and we carefully curate our materials. We uphold the importance of content quality and prioritize the welfare of our readers and the interest of the creative community. For this reason, we do not simply publish articles at random. Each article undergoes a thorough review process and must receive a minimum of two positive reviews to be considered for publication.
This rule applies to:
*A press release, event submission, or guest article sent to us does not necessarily mean it will be automatically published.
We prioritize articles that have an informational and educational approach for our creative community (it can be also humorous in the form of infotainment); we focus on content delivery for our creative community, and not on articles that have a flavor of ‘sales’, ‘pitch’, ‘product promotion’ – we don’t accept any hidden publicity.
This rule applies also for interviews, where we prefer sharing information that is in the interest of creators, entertainers, various groups of artists, creative startups, etc.
We prioritize content from and about the story-led creative community that works at the intersection of new technology and/or science, and the ecosystem of creative startups, businesses and innovations that support them.
TechvangArt is a credible source of professional content. Both advertisers and partners have no impact on the content or editing process. Any deviations from this rule are made clear as “Sponsored Articles”, which are created in partnership with sponsors, and are marked as such. Prior to publication, these articles go through the same rigorous editorial review process, including technical reviews, as any other content. Our top priority is to ensure that our readers’ interests and trust are always protected from any sort of subjective, biased or skewed statements.
We promote certain events mainly in order to inform our creative community about the possibilities of learning, networking, etc. We promote events that are mainly in the focus of our target groups and target topic (please consult general publishing rules, above).
When sending an Event for Publication , please take care of the following guidelines. The purpose of the event promotion section is to provide potential attendees with all details and information they need to make an informed decision about whether or not to attend:
– the event description and activities that will be taking place (300-800 characters, spaces included)
– the date, time, location,
– Visual material (photo-banner) of the event
– Registration opportunities for participants
– Active link to the event in case of online events
1. Events should have a short description that accurately describes the event.
2. Events must include a link to the official page of the event – or/ and/ redirected link to the registration (we do not promote events that have a link only to the company page!)
3. Include a banner that promotes the event and grabs the attention of potential attendees.
4. If the event has a physical location, include the geo-location to help attendees find the event easily.
5. All images used must have a ©©© photo credit and adhere to ethical standards.
6. All events must include a banner that promotes the event.
7. The event must be submitted for publication minimum at least 72 hours in advance (working days).
8. The event or organization /organizer must not be affiliated with any illegal or unethical activities.
9. The event must not be misleading or false.
10. If the event is sponsored or affiliated with any organization or business, please disclose that information clearly.
* Events that do not follow these minimum guidelines will not be taken into consideration for publishing.
We do not promote
As in case of any other content, we do not promote events with a ‘sales’ flavor. Please note we don’t promote closed ‘community-events’ of a certain group. We also don’t promote events where first participants have to register or adhere to a certain group.
We do not promote events that do not have a clear event page easily readable and have all necessary information for attendees (see general rules below)- events that are only posted randomly on the (landing page) company site are not published, as this is considered promotion.
We don’t promote meet-up type of events. Informing us about an event, does not necessarily mean we would publish it.
We reserve the right to curate the events we publish.
TechvangArt encourages content sharing among its readers, provided that the materials being shared are original works or properly attributed to their sources. Please read through our guidelines.
CONTENT SHARING is governed by copyright laws, which dictate how and to what extent content can be shared. Hence, before sharing any content, parties involved need to agree on the terms of sharing, including how the content will be shared, the medium of sharing, and any copyright or attribution requirements.
Additionally, publications may have their own guidelines on sharing content from their platform, which should be adhered to.
For Content Sharing between TechvangArt and an Author, the following rules are established:
1. All submitted content must be original and not plagiarized.
2. The Author retains all rights to their submission but grants Techvangart a non-exclusive license to publish and share their content.
3. The Author must ensure their submission is accurate, truthful, and not defamatory or harmful in any way.
4. The Author is responsible for obtaining any necessary permissions or rights for photographs, images, or other content within their submission.
5. TechvangArt may edit the submission for clarity or to conform to the publication’s style and tone.
6. The author will receive proper credit for their work, including their name and a brief bio where applicable.
7. TechvangArt reserves the right to remove any content that violates these rules or is otherwise inappropriate.
8. Copyright ownership gives the owner the exclusive right to control how their work is used, distributed, and displayed. Therefore, it is essential to obtain the copyright owner’s permission before sharing their work, even if it is done through links.
For content sharing with other publications, the following rules apply:
When sharing content between two publications and platforms, it’s important to establish clear rules to ensure that the content is being shared ethically and effectively. Here are some potential rules to consider:
1. Attribution: All content shared from one publication to another must be properly attributed to the source. This includes citing the author, publication, and date of publication.
2. Formatting: When sharing content between different platforms, it’s important to ensure that the content is formatted correctly for the platform it will be shared on. For example, a long-form article may need to be broken up into shorter sections for social media sharing.
3. Permission: Before sharing any content from one publication to another, permission should be obtained from the original source. This may involve contacting the author, editor, or publisher to ensure that rights are cleared for sharing.
4. Originality: When sharing content, it’s important to ensure that it is original and not copied from another source. This includes checking for plagiarism and ensuring that any images or graphics used in the content are created or licensed properly.
5. Timeliness: When sharing content, it’s important to consider the timeliness and relevance of the content. Older content may not be as effective when shared to a new platform, so it may be necessary to update or rework the content to make it more relevant.
6. Audience: Consider the target audience for both publications and platforms when sharing content. Make sure the content being shared is appropriate and relevant for the audience.
7. Frequency: Establish guidelines for how often content can be shared between publications and platforms. This will ensure that the content is not overused or duplicated too frequently.
For content sharing between Techvangart and Readers, the following rules apply:
1. The reader must ensure they have permission to use any photographs, images, or other content within their submission.
2. TechvangArt encourages content sharing among its readers, provided that the materials being shared are original works or properly attributed to their sources (copyright is inviolable author with source specification and linked).
3. Any content shared by readers should be relevant to our values and aim to enrich the discourse on art innovation and creativity.
4. Content sharing must comply with copyright laws and other intellectual property rights. Readers must obtain permission from the copyright holder before sharing copyrighted materials.
5. Readers must take responsibility for any consequences that may arise from sharing content, including but not limited to any legal or intellectual property disputes.
6. Techvangart reserves the right to remove any content that violates these rules or is otherwise inappropriate.
Link Sharing and Redicting
Share Link Link sharing is the act of sharing a hyperlink to a website or content with others, where users can click on the link to directly access the content. It allows individuals to easily share content with others, without having to upload or send the content directly to them. This type of link need mandatory of specification of Source because it can be used to explain in the article some fact, etc)
Redirect links – Redirect links are links that point to a different URL after being clicked. This redirection is usually automatic and can happen within a few seconds or immediately. Redirect links are commonly used by websites to redirect users to certain pages, such as login or checkout pages.
This is often used in marketing campaigns or promotional materials where the goal is to track clicks or drive traffic to a specific page or website.
Redirect links do not infringe on copyright as they only redirect the user to the content’s location and do not copy, reproduce, or distribute it. Therefore, permission is not required from the copyright holder for redirect links as long as no copyright infringement occurs.
ETHICS (ethical principles)
TechvangArt articles and posts follow journalistic and ethical practices.
TechvangArt materials are meant to educate and inform, and it does not result from payment from, nor influence of, subjects.
In the case of sponsored materials, TechvangArt discloses clearly the financial relationships. In case of paid content from third parties, TechvangArt marks the articles as ‘Sponsored Article’.
In case of membership to groups, we will disclose the relation with a certain group, organization, etc either of the TechvangArt or of a specific Author, guest writer.