Vizaca’s Editorial Guidelines

Welcome to Vizaca – a thriving platform where dreams take shape and knowledge fuels growth. Our website serves as an indispensable resource for countless readers each month, providing innovative solutions, fresh ideas, and inspiration to support their entrepreneurial journeys.

We invite our readers to engage with our active online community and generously share their experiences, insights, and problem-solving strategies. By doing so, not only will you be contributing to the growth and success of others, but you will also be cultivating your personal brand and reputation as a thought leader in the business world.

We are grateful for your participation in our dynamic online community and look forward to the collective wisdom and progress it will generate

Important key points

Writing great content is the key to success with any publishing platform, and the same applies to our own. To make sure we bring our readers only the best stories, we have some criteria for contributors we ask you to keep in mind.

We do not promote quotations: When creating your story, leave out interviews and quotes from any other sources as well as products or services rendered by businesses.

The timeline: As for timeline, we love getting submissions from as many contributors as possible but would also like to let you know that due to high demand, it might take us up to 4 weeks for your article to be reviewed if you’re a Premium Member.

Essential Content Guidelines

Quality: All content should be well-written, well-researched, and factually accurate.

Originality: Content should be original and not plagiarized from other sources.

Audience: Content should be written for entrepreneurs and business leaders.

Relevance: Content should be relevant to the Entrepreneur Leadership Network’s focus on entrepreneurship and business leadership.

Tone: Content should be informative, inspiring, and actionable.

Language: Content should be written in the clear, concise, and engaging language.

Headlines: Headlines should be attention-grabbing, accurate, and reflective of the content.

Images: Images should be high-quality and relevant to the content.

Length: Articles should typically be between 500-800 words.

Bylines: Include a brief bio and headshot of the author.

Attribution: Properly cite all sources and quotes.

Legal: Content should not contain any defamatory or illegal material.

Branding: Content should align with the Vizaca’s brand and mission, and should not promote any specific products or services.

SEO: Content should be optimized for search engines using keywords, meta descriptions, and other best practices.

A List of Literary No-Nos for Your Written Works

  • Excessively Self-Promoting Material: Vizaca does not allow articles with excessive self-promotion, as it detracts from the quality and impartiality of the content.
  • Compromised Connections: Vizaca does not permit the inclusion of paid links or mentions in articles, as it goes against the principles of transparency and trust in journalism.
  • Hidden Ties Uncovered- Unacknowledged Financial Relationships Prohibited: Vizaca does not tolerate undisclosed financial relationships between the author and the subjects mentioned in the articles, as it undermines the credibility of the content.
  • Profiles or quotes from non-household name entrepreneurs, experts or businesses: Vizaca only features profiles or quotes from well-known entrepreneurs, experts or businesses, as it ensures the quality and relevance of the content to its readers.
  • Redundant Recycling- Previously Published Material Rejected: Vizaca does not allow articles that contain previously published material, as it goes against the principles of originality and creativity in journalism.
  • Plagiarism or copyright infringement: Vizaca strictly prohibits plagiarism or copyright infringement in its articles, as it goes against the principles of ethics and respect for intellectual property in journalism.

Vizaca’s Editing Process

Timeless Wait: Premium members, buckle up for a 2-4 week journey with our editors as they give your article a thorough review. Edits and questions may arise, but with a bit of revision, your story will shine bright for all to see.

Writing Frequency: Your membership level sets the stage for the number of articles you can share with us. Premium members, aim for a monthly duet of 1-2 pieces and pace yourself as you please. Timeliness is important, so let your editor know if a piece needs special attention.

Creative Communication: Our editors are passionate about writers who welcome feedback and take revisions to heart. For a deeper dive into your writing journey, join forces with your editor for personalized feedback and growth.

Reposting Policy: After a 10-days of publication with Vizaca, you can serenade your story on your own website/blog with a link back to its original debut on our site.

Editorial Excellence

Editor’s Touch: Our editors are here to bring your writing to life and uphold the standards of From grammar to formatting, headlines to length, we have the right to refine every submission for publication. Rejection may occur, but rest assured it’s for the greater good.

Link and Content Limitations: To maintain a safe and sound editorial environment, we reserve the right to remove links or content for various reasons, including being inappropriate, harmful, unaligned with our standards, or overly self-promoting. Policy violations may lead to the termination of your membership at the discretion of our editors.

Write with Artistic Precision

At, we believe that writing should be a flawless masterpiece that captivates readers from start to finish.

Join us in crafting a literary masterpiece with our preferred style choices!

  • Embrace the Oxford Comma: It’s the cherry on top of a delicious sentence sundae. Try using it in phrases like “I love spending time with my family, friends, and pets.”
  • Dashes with Flair: We love em dashes with a space on either side, it adds a dash of excitement to your writing. Example: “The CEO—whom everyone adores—just announced a big project.”
  • Punctuation Perfection: Commas and periods belong inside the end quote marks, always. No double spaces after periods, ever. A well-placed comma can make all the difference in the world.
  • Single Quotes Rule: Use single quotes for quotes within quotes, headlines and subheads. Single quotes are like a secret handshake between writers and readers.
  • Hyperlink Hero: Put in your own hyperlinks, it’s a great way to add some extra information to your writing. Don’t link out to competitors, though, we want you all to ourselves.
  • Paragraph Proportions: Use one-sentence paragraphs sparingly, two to three sentences is the perfect length for a paragraph. Too many short paragraphs make your piece clunky, like trying to wear too many bracelets at once.
  • Subhead Symphony: Subheads should have the same parallel format, like a choir singing in harmony. If the first subhead is a full sentence, they all should be. Don’t capitalize words in subheads after the first word, it’s like shouting the first word in a song and then whispering the rest.
  • Gender Equality: Women hold up half the sky, so make sure to use “she” as well as “he” in your writing. Avoid awkward constructions by pluralizing your pronouns. Instead of “An employee has his job to do,” make it “Employees have their jobs to do.”
  • It’s all about “It”: A company, organization or government agency is an “it,” never a “they.” Use “its” for the possessive pronoun and “the audience’s members” before saying “them.” An audience is not a “them”.
  • Consistency is Key: Stick with the same verb tense and pronoun throughout your article. It’s like telling a story with a clear beginning, middle, and end.
  • Word Wizard: Check for repetition of the same words, points, and themes. It’s like playing a game of word bingo, but instead of shouting “bingo” you shout “no more repetition!”
  • Numeric Nomenclature: Numbers under 10 are written out, unless they’re percentages. Numbers 10 or higher are written as numerals, unless they start a sentence. Years are always expressed with numerals. Use “more than” instead of “over” with numbers. Use the % sign instead of spelling out “percent.”
  • Quote Quests: Check quotes with reliable sources, avoid sites like Brainyquote and unedited blogs. It’s like finding a needle in a haystack, but instead of a needle, you’re looking for accurate quotes.
  • Jargon Juxtaposition: If you must use jargon, particularly abbreviations and acronyms, spell them out on the first reference. Avoid “SMB” altogether, it’s like trying to use a word nobody knows in Scrabble.
  • Name Game: Use the full name for the first reference, then last name only for subsequent references. It’s like introducing yourself to a new friend, you use your full name the first time

In conclusion, we would like to express our gratitude for your interest in contributing to Vizaca’s content or editorial guidelines. As you craft your content, remember to uphold our core values of knowledge-sharing, collaboration, and innovation. Your unique perspectives and expertise will undoubtedly enrich our community and support the growth of our readers.

Please ensure that your submissions adhere to our guidelines and maintain the highest standards of quality and professionalism. We are eager to showcase your work and celebrate the positive impact it will have on our audience.

Thank you once again for being a part of the Vizaca community. Together, let us continue to inspire and empower one another on the path to success. Happy writing!