Turn Your Knowledge of Startups Into a Columnist Gig at Inc.com

Just like its print counterpart, the Web incarnation of Inc hopes to provide the startup world with useful advice. “It’s a resource for business owners, fast-growing companies, entrepreneurs and people with an entrepreneurial spirit,” said Nicole Richardson, the site’s executive editor of special projects. Despite their similar missions, however, Inc.com’s content is decidedly more Web-friendly with short, service pieces.

Anyone with expertise related to entrepreneurism or business management may be able to land a gig as an Inc.com columnist.  Get more details, plus contact info for editors accepting pitches in How To Pitch: Inc.com.

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