According to Wikipedia:
Native advertising is a type of advertising, mostly online, that matches the form and function of the platform upon which it appears. In many cases, it manifests as an article , produced by an advertiser with the specific intent to optimize SEO / promote a product/service, while matching the form and style which would otherwise be seen in the work of the platform's editorial staff. The word "native" refers to this coherence of the content with the other media that appears on the platform.

Our Policy
Hsyndicate Hospitality Net accepts and publishes sponsored articles (native advertising) at a cost of $250. Your article will first be reviewed based on whether the article's contents are relevant for our audience of hospitality professionals. Only relevant articles will be considered for publication.

In case you are planning to post multiple articles, Hsyndicate also offers packages of 5 and 10 posted articles. Contact us for more information.

What we need to review your article:
In order to review and consider your article we will need following items:

  1. Article in text format, max 1200 words

  2. Author full name, head shot and one paragraph bio

  3. Author LinkedIn page

  4. Source sponsoring organization (name, website, address)

Send above-listed article contents to [email protected]

Ready to move forward?

  1. Once Hsyndicate agrees to publish your article, we will setup an Hsyndicate user account and send you an activation email.

  2. You will receive an article preview with a link for online payment.

  3. Your article will be published once payment has been processed.

Any further questions?

Feel free to chat with us to discuss any further questions you might have at this stage.

Prohibited Contents & Links
The following content is prohibited: hate speech, defamation, gaming, tobacco, explosives and weapons, nudity, pornography, obscenity,references to sex or sexuality, illegal and recreational drugs, illegal pharmaceuticals or paraphernalia, illegal activities, violence, profanities,morally reprehensible content, piracy, misappropriation of copyright, trademark, trade secret, or patent, counterfeit goods, government forms or services, dangerous or derogatory content, shocking content, sensitive events, animal cruelty, malware, spyware, auto downloads, auto-redirect, content that interferes with navigation or with other ads, unusual CTR, deceptive content that intends to, or does,induce user action through misleading appearance or behavior, fake hyperlinks, content resembling Windows, Unix or Mac dialogue boxes, fake interactivity, free gifts, links to quizzes and surveys, misleading claims, content enabling dishonest behavior, content which attempts to reveal a user’s sensitive characteristics and/or attempts to exploit these, or which could be viewed to discriminate, embarrass,offend or otherwise cause a legal or significant impact on a user.

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