The aim of this document is to list out the editorial policies that guide all content editors, writers and contributors of Kolo Magazine.
The document is a compilation of our best practices and classification of content pieces that needs to be followed to uphold high standards of ethical information publishing.
Rules of Practice
- Accuracy: The editing team must confirm that content on the website is well-sourced and checked for truthfulness and timeliness.
- Credibility: Articles should mention those who have worked on it: writer/contributor or editor.
- Credit: Writers/authors must not reproduce content from other sources without due attribution, wherever applicable.
- Correction: Inadvertent mistakes are promptly corrected and the alteration is made accordingly.
- Fair Presentation: Facts are clearly distinguished from interpretations, estimates, opinions and other types of non-factual information. Material sources of information are clearly indicated.
- Transparency: Any information shared where there is a conflict of interest, will be transparently disclosed to the readers.
- Original Content: All blogs produced by Kolo Magazine are original content that has not been published elsewhere. Editorial employees and contributors must not plagiarise others’ work.
Standard word count for a blog is 500-2000 words. This is not a strict rule. Word counts can be longer if the topic warrants more content. Editorial decisions relating to word count are made on a case-by-case basis.
Types of work
Kolo Magazine looks at content in the following formats:
- Evergreen articles
- Info blogs
- How to articles
- Product descriptions
Topics we cover
Kolo Magazine shares blogs on all topics relating to home construction:
- Interior design
- Home tours
- Construction tips
- Room ideas
- Home decor
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