GABI is a global media and education firm. We are strictly concern about the ascendance of entrepreneurs and careerists. We communicate to our insiders and the globe at large, through our monthly published magazines and our blog site. To achieve our mission, we however, welcome contributors and also give interviews to titans of businesses and careers.
GABI’s editorial team has full discretion and control over what publishes on the blog and in the magazine. We reserve the right to reject submissions that don’t align with the company’s values and edit submissions to meet our standards. While we will, occasionally, at our discretion, allow subjects of our profiles to review content for accuracy, GABI retains the final word on everything we publish.
Our editorial subject matter is guided by our staff’s judgment and interests, direct audience input, the interests of our audience based on search term frequency, and our product offerings. There is typically a strong overlap among these sources, but the final arbiter is the extent to which we believe our content will serve our reader’s needs. We will never publish anything that we do not strongly believe will be useful to our audience.
However, it should be noted that Authors bear responsibility for their contributions. Statements of fact or opinion are solely those of the authors and do not imply endorsement by the GABI.
We guide our writers and contributors, but allow and encourage latitude in how they approach a topic and during their process of discovery during research. We’re not dogmatic on any subject, and frequently publish perspectives that are very different from what worked for us, what we’ve published in the past, or even sold as a product.
In all of its publications, GABI strives for accuracy and the most current information possible. That means always linking to the original sourcing of information, checking contested facts with sources themselves, and correcting and updating our articles as necessary. From time to time, that will mean overhauling or merging previous blog posts to keep up with changing information, and in such cases, we will include an editor’s note indicating that is the case.
Citation and Linking
All images and facts in all articles are cited and/or linked back to the source. If we only have secondary or ambiguous sourcing for a fact, we will not publish it. We are not in the business of spreading online myths and misinformation or otherwise leading our community astray. All outbound links are to sites that are high quality, reputable, and directly relevant to the article and hyperlinked text.
We strive to create the most useful and comprehensive content available on the topic we are writing about. Our articles are meant to be bookmarked and revisited as ongoing reference sources.
Our Audience and diversity of Perspectives
The world of entrepreneurship is global and diverse, and we strive to reflect that reality in our blogging and magazine. We work to present writers and subjects who are diverse in nationality, race, gender, sexual orientation, and life experience.
Our audience comprises young entrepreneurs and careerists around the globe from every level, who need to improve or gain true ascendance. This is why we make sure our content is simple, practicable, and transformative. it also extends to grand entrepreneurs.
The magazine and occasionally the blog will republish quality articles published on other outlets, always with express permission from the author and under that author’s byline. We lightly edit such content for grammar, spelling, punctuation, and style. We do not tolerate plagiarism, copying, or “spun” content on any of our platforms. We will also not “over-aggregate” other reporting or writing, meaning we don’t repost substantial portions of others’ work, even when cited. We will never pass others’ work off as our own.
Our community is why we exist. As such, we encourage comments, sharing, social engagement, and email replies on all of our content. We do our best to engage and respond in a timely, thoughtful manner. We do not tolerate harassment, personal attacks, vulgarity, profanity, or commercial promotion in our audience engagement.
Our submission portal is always open to contributors for our blogs, however, once our contributors are certified to be eligible, we create profiles for them. You can read more.
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Like our blog contributors, we are more careful of the editorial operations of content that makes up our monthly magazine, so make sure contributors write only to the best of their field as we are dogmatic about giving bring only practitioners to come to educate our audience.