Editorial Policy

Journalistic Ethics

Procedures in Editing

Nogmagazine’s objective is to provide readers with impartial coverage of current events in the fields of business, technology, science, politics, and medicine. You may find out more about how our website is influenced by financial or other external considerations, how to get in touch with us if you have any questions or concerns, and how we choose and evaluate the information and resources that you see on our site in this editorial policy.

When It Comes To This Policy?

In this document, “Nogmagazine,” “We,” or “Nogmagazine” refer to Nogmagazine and any company under our control (for example a subsidiary that we own). Website means our online home at Nogmagazine.com. Our website features a “about us” section in which you can learn more about our company and how to get in touch with us.

This Editorial Policy applies to Nogmagazine as well. The editorial policy of any site you visit after leaving Nogmagazine is something you should check out. We cannot be held responsible for the editorial policies or practices of other sites once you leave ours.

Modifications to Editorial Procedures

Minor changes that do not significantly alter the policy’s overarching goals are possible. When we make changes to the policy that have a major impact on how we handle editorial concerns, we will be careful to let our users know. If we decide to make a change to our policy, you can be sure that it will be reflected on our sites as soon as possible.

Procedures in Editing

Here at Nogmagazine, we promise to only provide you with accurate, objective news. Nogmagazine editorial team is responsible for the curation, production, and upkeep of all published content. Keeping our editorial content separate from advertising and anything that could be influenced by our sponsors is extremely important to us. We have also structured the website’s operations to clearly delineate our instructional and promotional endeavors from an editorial perspective.

Information Gathering From a Wide Range of Sources

All material presented on our site that we take credit for was either created in-house or obtained from outside sources where we could verify appropriate editorial standards. The content we generate is written by our in-house writers or by freelance journalists we hire. We have in-house editors that review all incoming content for balance and to ensure it aligns with educational goals. Third-party editorial content comes from a wide variety of sources, including government agencies, non-profit organizations, universities, and key stakeholders in the industries we report on.

The editorial team here at each of our sites makes sure that any content from other sources is factually accurate, fairly presented, exhaustive, and up-to-date before it is posted to the site in question. Spot checks, our preexisting evaluation of probable information sources, and the editorial practices applied by the information provider are utilized when a comprehensive study is not possible (for example, in the case of the use of government agency news releases). The majority of the time, the content we obtain from others has also been reviewed by the provider’s internal staff or other experts in the field. Certain sections of our website feature materials provided by our corporate sponsors and event organisers.

In these cases, we notify the user that the content has not been reviewed by our editors. All content on Nogmagazine is subject to regular review to ensure it remains up-to-date. When necessary, incorrect or out-of-date information is either corrected, moved to an archive (from which it can still be accessed), or removed entirely. When anything significant occurs, the editor’s notes can serve as a record of the fact.

The practice of linking to external websites

In various places throughout our site, you’ll see company logos and links to external sites. Any implication that we support or recommend the services of the companies whose logos and links appear on our site is entirely unintended. The recommendation is clearly labeled next to the logo or link. When you leave our site and go to another, we want you to know so that you can prepare for the advertising, editorial policy, privacy settings, and terms of service that may be different.

Data on the Economy and the Role of Outside Factors

Just like the majority of other instructional websites on the Internet, Nogmagazine currently relies on advertising and sponsorship such as banner ads, native ads, video ads, and sponsored posts. When it comes to sponsorship and other business activities, we abide by these guidelines:

When a third party has paid for or sponsored a piece of material, we clearly label it as such. Payments such as advertising fees, commissions on consumer purchases, and charges depending on the frequency with which visitors use links to other websites are all possible outcomes of the sponsored advertising that appears on our website.
Links to other sites, use of trademarks or service marks, and co-branding should not be interpreted as our endorsement of such entities or their products unless expressly stated differently.

We always credit the original author, website, and date of publication for any research-based content we publish online. Whenever we provide work that is the result of a case study, a project, or academic research, we will be careful to give proper acknowledgment to the original author as well as anybody else who played a key role in the work’s development, and editing, or presentation.

When submitting content to our site, we ask that all authors fill out a form identifying any financial or other affiliations that could influence or appear to influence the specific information they give. To the extent that there are any material conflicts of interest with the content on our website, we insist that they be disclosed. The members of any of our editorial boards are held to the same high standards as the rest of our staff.


We encourage you to contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns you may have about this editorial policy or any of our other online properties. To get in touch with us, please send an email to Nogmagazine.com@gmail.com.

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