Editorial Guidelines

Icons of Infrastructure is your chance to share ideas with our 2 million-strong audience of leaders in government, energy, transportation, finance and more. Please read these Editorial Guidelines to better understand how to craft a blog post our audience will appreciate.

What We’re Looking For:

  • Our 2 million infrastructure leaders are looking for the latest news in energy, transportation, utilities, investment, technology, and innovation. They’re also interested in success/failure stories involving cities, counties and federal agencies.

What We’re Not Looking For:

  • Content promoting specific products or services
  • Content that’s not aligned to our topics
  • Rants without proposed solutions. (Venting is fine. But ideas that push our industry forward make your post blog-worthy.)

General Guidelines

You will have control over your content. All we ask is that you:

  • Not post any material that you didn’t write or don’t have full permission to reprint
  • Refrain from posting inappropriate content.
  • Post your blog in your own name.
  • Keep to a word limit of 500 words. You may include relevant supporting images, screenshots and hyperlinks, but we reserve the right to remove them if they are not content-specific.
  • Cite your sources.

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After final edits are made and the post is approved, we will put your post in the Icons of Infrastructure blog queue. We publish 2-3 contributed blogs per week and the queue tends to run anywhere from 2-3 weeks deep. Our calendar is subject to change, at our discretion.

Once the publish date and time are set, you’ll receive an email with links allowing you to promote via social media.

Questions? Reach out to Gargi Chakrabarty, Content Director of Icons of Infrastructure.

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