Calling contributors: Help shape Kipp
This picture of a disappearing Burj was emailed by a reader, and we love it. It’s prompted us to invite our readers to contribute more to the site.
October 24, 2010 12:09 by Samuel Potter
Got something to say? If so, we want to hear it. Kipp is inviting blog submissions from readers. We’re looking for a few regular bloggers to give the site and its followers their view on business life here in the Middle East.
Maybe you have a strong opinion, maybe you want to provoke debate, or maybe you want to see us cover something we’ve overlooked. Whatever it is, we welcome any suggestions or contributions from you.
Anyone who feels they can offer some insight into work and life in the region is welcome to step forward. Simply send us a blog of any length, on any subject you like as long as it involves working, and to some extent living, in the Middle East. If we like it, we’ll post it, and if we really like it, we’ll invite you to become a regular contributor.
Ideally it will be original, but if you have your own blog site and you’d like to share content, we may consider it depending on subject matter. Please make it clear if your submission has appeared elsewhere.
That’s it. Simple. Email your blog to email@example.com.
We look forward to setting the agenda together.
Please note: Blogs will be posted at editor’s discretion; Kippreport.com reserves the right of refusal.