What is a “Syndicated Newspaper Column?“
How is an “Article” different than a “Column?”
How does one get syndicated?
Should I “syndicate” or “self-syndicate?”
How does Market2Editors work?
Which do editors prefer - e-mail or snail-mail?
How will my syndicated newspaper column be presented to editors?
Does Market2Editors send to ALL newspaper editors?
Are there any Newspaper Columns Market2Editors turns down?
How can I be sure my syndicated newspaper column isn’t seen as spam?
Do I get a report on which editors read my submission?
How will newspaper editors contact me?
What are my chances of getting published?
Does Market2Editors guarantee you will sell your newspaper column?
How much money does a syndicated columnist make?
How much should I charge for my syndicated newspaper column?
What are the benefits of writing a syndicated newspaper column?
How else can writing a syndicated newspaper column change my life?
WRITING YOUR COLUMN
How do I craft my syndicated newspaper column?
Is my column’s topic of interest to newspaper editors?
Do you need to be an expert to write a newspaper column?
Should my newspaper column be daily, weekly or monthly?
How many words should my newspaper column be?
Any tips for editing my own writing?
How important is my newspaper column’s title?
How do I write a compelling query letter?
MANAGING YOUR NEW CAREER
Do you have a sample contract for newspaper columnists?
How do I bill editors for my syndicated newspaper column?
SUBMITTING YOUR WORK
How many columns do I need to write to get started?
What are the prices and how do I order?
An “article” is a single piece of writing intended for a newspaper or magazine. A “newspaper column” is a collection of articles that share a common theme.
Although a single column is referred to both as a “column” and an “article,” for purposes of this site, when we are using the term “column” to refer to a collection of articles with a common theme.
Political PerspectivesbyPaul A. Ibbetson