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TMCnet.com accepts writing from vendors, industry pundits, analysts, and anyone else with intelligent commentary on the industries we cover. We run contributed bylined articles each month based on a variety of topics pertinent to our readership, as outlined below. E-mail TMCnet for more information.

TMCnet.com's readership comprises telecom, datacom, and call center managers; developers and systems integrators; distributors and resellers; VARs and interconnects; MIS departments and other technology managers; plus telcos, cable companies, and all types of service providers.

TMCnet.com imparts information that will help readers become voice and data communications technology advocates (who will justify purchasing decisions) and participants (who will make these technologies work in any given implementation -- whether it be call centers, the central office, or a corporate enterprise). When addressing our audience, emphasize the practical and the technological. As with our other TMC products, we aim to enrich the reader's overall knowledge of the computer telephony and call center technology industries, including emerging technologies, market trends, and business opportunities.

We recognize that satisfying our audience requires authors to prepare material of significant technical depth. Further, as content becomes more technical, it necessarily becomes less generic and more vendor-specific. Nonetheless, we reject a highly commercial or "advertorial" approach. Rather, we embrace a more formal, restrained, white paper or how-to tone.

We encourage our writers to take advantage of the online medium by including hypertext in their articles. Please include links to or the URLs for the Web sites of standards bodies, industry organizations, analyst reports, etc.

Your article should be comprehensive, original, and noncommercial. In all likelihood, you will have to describe what is unique about your technology. But stay technical. Avoid superlatives (the "best," the "only," etc.). We reject blatantly commercial material.


  • Length: Your article should be between 1,000 and 1,200 words in length.
  • Format: Articles should be submitted via e-mail (as a Word attachment, or embedded in the body of the e-mail).
  • Byline: Please indicate under the title of your article, the author's name, and affiliation. While your article must be noncommercial, we will be pleased to include a brief description of your organization (one paragraph). We will also include contact information and a link to your company's Web site.

We can only accept digital submissions: artwork, diagrams, charts, and tables submitted with your article are welcome. Screen shots may also be appropriate. Preferred image formats are .gif, .tif, .bmp, or .jpg. PowerPoint, Word, and Excel files may also be acceptable, but should only be sent if other file formats aren't available.

Graphics must have a minimum resolution of 72 dpi.

Please adhere to the deadlines given by the editors. If you foresee any problems with meeting a deadline, please call or e-mail the editorial department to discuss an extension.

Your article must not contain libelous matter. It must be original, must have never appeared previously in another publication (print or other media), and must not be simultaneously submitted to any other publication for consideration. Every article submitted to our editorial staff must be accompanied by a completed Assignment of Copyright form [download the Acrobat form here]. Please do not alter the wording of this form. Copyright protects the exact wording of a piece; it does not apply to the ideas contained within the article.

For a variety of reasons, we cannot guarantee the acceptance of or publication of any article. However, if we encounter problems regarding a specific article, we will try to publish your article as soon as possible. We may find it necessary to return the article to the author for revision. If you have concerns regarding these issues, please contact the editorial department.

Our Linking Policy is online at www.tmcnet.com/tmcnet/linking.htm. For print or HTML reprints, contact [email protected]

Articles submitted for consideration in TMCnet.com should be sent directly to your editor.

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