Chamber of Digital Commerce
Chamber Blog Guidelines
Thank you for your interest in submitting a blog post to the Chamber. Our mission is to promote the acceptance and use of digital assets and blockchain technologies. We only publish those submissions that help us fulfill this mission, and content submitted by members and strategic partners of the Chamber. Through our blog, we intend to feature posts that help promote innovation and our industry, highlight policy matters, and demonstrates what makes blockchain truly unique.
The Chamber uses the following guidelines when reviewing submissions:
Have A Clear Message & Tell A Story – Ensure your post has a clear theme and message and ensure any opinions are supported through concrete data or information. Cover the who, what, when, where, how, and why.
Keep it Concise & Engage Readers – Consider that less is sometimes more – posts should be under 800 words.
Unified Advocacy Voice: If you choose to comment on specific legislation or regulations, your position should not be in conflict with the Chamber’s policy positions. For reference, please see the policy section of our website, or contact us if you have any questions. The Chamber may suggest edits to submissions to meet this criteria.
Tone of Voice – Our blog was designed to make blockchain and digital assets approachable. Please use a friendly and familiar tone of voice. Imagine you’re talking to a friend.
Avoid Technical Speak — Some of our readers may be turned off by overly technical language or jargon. Please explain any buzzwords or technical speak, if you must use them.
Avoid Self-Promotion & Self-Disclosure – Avoid promoting your product or company, as that might be perceived as overly promotional. Your author bio is a good place to do that instead. Please also disclose any relationships / partnerships you have when providing examples, technologies, etc. (e.g., if an example comes from your company or your client, please indicate this in the post).
Include Approved Artwork or Video – Remember that a picture is worth a thousand words. High resolution images (PNG or JPGs) and/or video or infographic embed codes (when possible) will help add to your story.
Ensure You Have Rights to Your Submission – Please only use information that you have a right and are authorized to share publicly.