Thank you for your interest in contributing to The Interior Designer library
To make a submission, have your proposed document in either a MS Word (.doc) or Text file format. When your submission is published, we will include a brief "bio" on the author. This can include a photograph, your name, any educational and/or past experience, special qualifications, company you work for, professional affiliations, phone/fax numbers, e-mail address and a link to your web site. You may also attach a brief "pitch" of the services offered by you or your organization for inclusion in the "bio."
You should have some area of expertise and/or accomplishment which qualifies you for your commentary in the article. For instance, if you are a supplier of tiles... and your article discusses the merits of certain kinds of tiles and their proper application, then this would indicate that you have background in this area. If you are an Interior Designer and your paper discusses coordinating furniture and drape fabrics, this would also indicate that there is strong qualification of expertise. Do not include solicitations or services statements about you or your company in the text of your document. We will provide "the (your) commercial" at the end of the article... with appropriate links and contact info so readers can reach you if they want to retain your services.
It is preferable that you assemble the above information in electronic format and submit it to us, with additional documents (including pictures, etc) via e-mail. Send this information, with a brief introduction to:
(949) 675-8792, or
(949) 675-5325 Fax
You may also mail your submittal to us. Do so by addressing it to:
Attn: The Interior Designer - Registrar
1606 East Balboa Blvd.
Newport Beach, CA 92661
NetPath Communications reserves the right to determine what content is accepted for publication. NetPath Communications may edit the content in order to format it properly for web site publication. All materials submitted remain the property of the submitting author, however the submitting author grants NetPath Communications a non-exclusive right to use and publish the material indefinitely, without restrictions.