Frequently asked questions about native advertising
What is native advertising?
Native advertising is a sponsored article that is as interesting to read as the news articles surrounding it. The value of native advertising is that it doesn’t interrupt the user experience. This is a form of advertising that engages the reader with the content of the article. For more information, please see our resources page. We also recommend this article.
What does an interview entail?
One of our trained and experienced writers will contact the person whose information you provide and ask a few questions to get quotes that support the content.
Who owns the native article?
The organization that requests content from BrandForge is the owner of the native article. BrandForge does not reuse, resell, or repurpose content that we’ve previously created for clients.
What are minor revisions?
Minor revisions include adding information that was included in the original request or making minor copyediting updates.
What if I’m not satisfied with the native article?
Please contact the managing editor with the reasons you are not satisfied with the native article to determine a reasonable solution.
How will I contact the managing editor?
You can reach out to the managing editor anytime regarding an article request at email@example.com. For general questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What style will the native article be written in?
BrandForge has trained its writers to write in Associated Press style. For more information on what AP Style is, please visit https://www.apstylebook.com/.
If you have any other questions, please contact us at email@example.com or through our contact page here.