Talking Back Volume 5, Issue 1
Looking at www.getproven.com, I see the article submission recommendation is for 1,500-2,000 words. Would you consider a submission with fewer than 1,500 words?
Clifton Park, NY
That is a good question. Proven would indeed consider a submission that has fewer than 1,500 or more than 2,000 words, as our first priority is to cover topics relevant to our readers. If you have questions about your submission or the guidelines, please contact Jessica Bertsch at email@example.com. We look forward to seeing your submissions!
I like the “Upcoming Conferences” section of the magazine. I have two questions. It seems that there are only national conferences listed in Proven. Would regional conferences be considered for publication? Are there advertising rates for a one-time conference ad?
Yes! The conference listing section is not for just national or international conferences. We consider daylong workshops and regional conferences as well as week-long meetings and conventions. If you would like to advertise a “call for program proposal” or a conference registration deadline, we would be happy to provide advertising rates for these one-time ads. Please contact Lisa Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
I enjoyed reading the past issue as I am a young professional who has been thrust into leading effective trainings and developing policy. This publication speaks to those young professionals just out of college or graduate school who are eager to enhance their skills when working with steering teams and green business sustainability. Keep up the good work!
We are glad that Proven has provided you with some professional development and thought-provoking tips as you start your career. The articles and topics are carefully chosen, as we want to supply articles that appeal to young professionals, midlevel management, to top executives. We believe that colleges and universities have excellent undergraduate and graduate programs that align nicely with our focus on performance, training, workforce, and development. As technology develops, we want to cover the latest trends and research.