Here’s a few tips to get you started on your submission
1. If you don’t hear back from us in two weeks, it probably means you didn’t make it.
Writing’s a tough job. There’s never enough time to go through our current workload, let alone reply to all the submissions. If you don’t hear back from us, assume the worst. But don’t be discouraged – keep trying, and submit another (better) article.
2. Don’t submit the same article more than once.
Don’t get us wrong, we’re always looking for interesting stories which are relatable and relevant to our audience. However, sending repeated submissions will only put you at the end of the queue again and slow things down.
Oh and another thing – submitted articles must be in their final form. Take your time, save your drafts, and get back to it later if you must. No need to rush!
3. Specify exactly how you’d like us to publish your article.
Be clear if you want to be anonymous, or if you want to be published under a pseudonym. Pseudonyms are fine, but they must be proper names too.
You are required to upload a minimum of 1 thumbnail image to complement your story. If more than 1 images are uploaded, we will decide which to feature as the main featured image should we publish your story.
Sorry but, we wouldn’t publish articles by pussydestroyer96 (even if some of us would really like to). Also, you can’t change your name after the article goes live.
4. Write for an audience.
We’ve been editing for a while now, and the biggest problem we face is that most writers assume they’re interesting when realistically, they’re not.
Be a good storyteller. Share something entertaining, relatable, and informative. Write something that the people of Malaysia would be interested to read.
To give you a better idea of what we want, here are some examples of other articles our writers have written.