Pipeline welcomes pitches, abstracts and story ideas from industry thought-leaders on any of the topics in our Editorial Calendar and encourages you to suggest topics that may not currently appear in the Editorial Calendar.

Placements are accepted at any time, but 90-120 days from publication is the recommended timeframe to ensure the highest likelihood of selection.

Pipeline selects and accepts articles, and schedules them for publication at its own discretion. Note that there are only two contributed editorial positions available in each issue, so competition is typically very high.

Pipeline evaluates all pitches and selects the two most appropriate pitches for inclusion. If your pitch is not accepted in an upcoming issue, you should consider a Sponsored Article which guarantees your placement in the issue of your choice and ensures your company is ideally profiled.

Editorial Submission

1. Choose Submission Types
Editorial Pitches

Editorial Contributions are exclusively reserved for service providers, market-share leaders and technology innovators and to highlight important and newsworthy industry advancements and developments. While there is no cost for editorial placement that are approved by Pipeline, you can capitalize on your coverage with digital or print reprints of your article, interactive advertising, or special distributions of your articles with lead generation (only 2 per issue). See submission guidelines.

Briefing Requests

Submit your expert for consideration to be included in a planned feature editorial that is assigned to one of Pipeline's editors. Interviews are at the discretion of the editor but inclusion is an excellent way to be seen as an industry trendsetter and thought leader. You can also capitalize on your coverage with digital or print reprints of your article, interactive advertising, or special distributions of your articles with lead generation (up to 6 per issue).

2. Editorial Details

Service Provider
Marketshare Leader
Technology Innovator

(company's role in thought leadership or market-share dominance related to the article's subject)

(short and succinct; approximately 5-7 words in length)

(three to four sentences; article must be neutral, objective, and balanced, and not promote your company, products or solutions outside of use cases, case studies or best practices)

(for inclusion to support article)

To ensure the highest level of success, your article pitch should be written by a technical executive e.g., CTO, tie in closely with the issue theme, and include key data points and prominent industry references to support your article.

3. Your Contact Details
4. Guarantee Your Placement
You can guarantee your placement in your target issue by adding value-added services to your editorial contribution. Select an option below and click one of the buttons to submit your editorial contribution with or without value-added services.

I am interested in capitalizing on the exposure my editorial contribution receives and supporting Pipeline by purchasing article reprints, lead generation, or advertising services with my article.

I don't want to capitalize on the exposure my article receives or support Pipeline at this time. Please consider the article on its own.


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