Editorial Mission Statement
Recharger Magazine is committed to fostering and supporting the growth of the document printing industry aftermarket through complete, objective coverage of the community, technology, issues and trends.
Article Submission Guidelines
Do you have a message that you would like to get out to the remanufacturing industry? Do you have a sales strategy that has helped you grow your business? Are you a technical guru with techniques to share? If so, we invite you to submit your idea as an article for publication in Recharger Magazine. When you do this, you not only position yourself and your company as an expert in your field, you help improve the overall remanufacturing community by sharing ideas and become an ongoing reference, as your articles are posted on Recharger Magazine’s website.
Submitted articles should be at least 1,000 words. They should be of a non-promotional nature, emphasizing practical and useful information for the reader. Commercializing a company or product should be avoided; commercial language will be deleted from articles. Articles are accepted with the understanding that they are unique, and have not been published in or submitted to any other publication. Articles will be copy edited for clarity and conformity with Recharger’s style and guidelines. Recharger Magazine retains the copyright to all articles published.
Any artwork, including photographs, charts and graphs, should be submitted in EPS, TIF or JPEG format at a resolution of at least 300 dpi. Lower-resolution images are not suitable for magazine print purposes.
For more information on submitting articles, contact Amy Weiss at (702) 505-9532 or email@example.com.
View Recharger Magazine’s 2013 editorial calendar (PDF).
Recharger posts press releases exclusively online so that your announcements may be seen in a timely manner. Your customers will be able to search our website for you and easily find your news and information. Press releases provide you with the opportunity to announce your new products, a recent addition to your team or other newsworthy event. A live link to your company is included in your press release along with your provided contact information, so your customers can easily reach you.
Please send press releases as a Word or text document, or in the body of your e-mail. Please don't send PDFs - it is difficult to retrieve text from PDFs, the formatting does not remain intact and the potential for introducing an error is increased. You may send an accompanying low resolution JPG or GIF with your press release. We will do our best to ensure releases are posted within five business days of receipt. All press releases are subject to editorial review and we do not guarantee that all releases will post.
Press releases should be news — that is, one specific, important and recent event or happening, such as a new product release, new business partnership, new office move or a new person at your company. They should be brief — between 150 and 300 words. They should not be a general overview of your company or something that is not definable as news.
The tone of the release should be impartial — not a sales pitch for your company. Recharger strives to be a neutral publication that does not recommend any specific products or services in the industry in its editorial content. Press releases are posted as a free service and are not related to advertising.
Most importantly, the press releases should be accurate. Please check your facts before sending a release; we cannot be held responsible if, for example, you’ve juxtaposed numbers or incorrectly identified a product name or engine designation.