Startups Geek is currently open to submissions.
Our contributors find that exposure on Startups Geek is a valuable promotional exercise. We’re most interested in material in the following areas:
Send your portfolio to firstname.lastname@example.org for a chance to be featured in a Startups Geek article. We regret that we’re unable to respond to all submissions, but we’ll get back to you if we’re interested in publishing a feature.
Expert opinion pieces
Do you have a unique insight into a particular aspect of the creative industries? Whether it’s career or entrepreneurial advice, a critique of your industry, or your stance on a current topic, we’d like to see it. This is an opportunity to promote yourself as an expert in a particular field. Send draft articles, along with a headshot and a one-line biog, to email@example.com and we’ll consider your article for publication.
Film & event reviews
Have you recently been to a gallery exhibition, seen a great movie at the cinema, or been to the theatre? We’d be interested to read your review of the show. For your best chance of being published, write reviews of current and newly released films, events and shows. Send draft articles, along with a headshot and a one-line biog, to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll consider your article for publication.
News and press releases
If your company or arts group is holding an event, or has a new product on the market, send us some news, along with pictures, to publish on Startups Geek. Send press releases to email@example.com .
What we don’t want
Articles that sound like sales pitches. Sorry, we can’t publish articles that sound like marketing material to promote your services or products.
Articles that have already been published elsewhere on the internet. Sorry, we can’t publish material that’s already on another website. If you’d like us to publish an article on the same topic, please re-write it so that it isn’t identical.