Editorial Procedure

The mission of  Bulletinday is to deliver reliable, unbiased, well-balanced news and commentary in the areas of business, technology, science, politics, and health. This editorial policy explains how we choose and evaluate the information and resources you see on our site, how we distinguish sponsored and advertising content from news content, how financial or other external factors affect our website, and how you can get in touch with us with questions or comments.

Regarding This Policy

Bulletinday, including any entity we control, is referred to as “Bulletinday,” “We,” or “Bulletinday” (for example a subsidiary that we own). The term “website” refers to Bulletinday.com, our internet website. On our website, we have a “about us” area where you can read more about who we are, what we do, and how to get in touch with us.

To Bulletinday, this Editorial Policy is applicable. After leaving Bulletinday, you should review the editorial policy of each website that you visit. Once you leave our website, we are not liable for how other websites treat editorial.

Changes to Editorial Policy

The overall objectives of this policy may undergo minor adjustments that have no impact on them. We will make sure to alert our users when the policy is changed in a way that significantly affects how we handle editorial issues. Any modifications to our policy will be promptly posted on our websites.

Editorial Procedure

We at Bulletinday are dedicated to giving you factual, unbiased information. The selection, creation, and maintenance of material are the responsibilities of the editorial staff at Bulletinday. We understand how crucial it is to keep our editorial content independent from any materials that are advertisements or any content that might be swayed by our sponsors. In order to properly separate our education and promotion activities from an editorial standpoint, we have also organized the website’s operations.

Various Informational Resources

All content that we claim to be our own and that appears on our website was either written by us or was received from third parties whose editorial practices we have reviewed and found to be acceptable. Our staff writers or contracted freelance journalists write the content that we produce. Our content has been checked for fair balance and whether it meets learning objectives by internal editors, who also examine all submitted content. Government agencies, non-profit organizations, colleges, and important stakeholders who contribute news and information about all the industries we cover are sources for third-party editorial content.

Before anything is made available on our sites, our editorial staff checks the majority of the content from other sources for correctness, balance, completeness, and timeliness. When a thorough review is impossible, we rely on spot checks and our prior assessment of potential information sources as well as the editorial practices employed by the information provider (for example, in the case of the use of government agency news releases). Most of the time, the content we get from others has also been examined by the provider’s internal employees or examined by other experts in the field. We make content from corporate partners and conference planners available in select areas of our website.

We make sure the user understands in these places that the content hasn’t been through our editorial process. Bulletinday routinely evaluates the site’s material to make sure it is still pertinent. When necessary, outdated or incorrect content is updated, relocated to an archive (where it is still accessible), or deleted. The editor’s notes can be used to show when something has happened.

Connecting to other websites

All across our website, we offer company logos or connections to other websites. These logos and links are not meant to suggest that we endorse or advise users to use these companies. If we are recommending something, we make it very apparent next to the logo or link. We aim to make it apparent to you when you are leaving our website for another website so that you are aware of the advertising, editorial policy, privacy policy, and conditions of use that are in force on the new website.

Financial Data and External Influence

Bulletinday now relies on advertising and sponsorship, including banner advertising, native advertising, video advertising, and sponsored posts, like the majority of informational websites on the World Wide Web. We adhere to the following rules regarding sponsorship and other business dealings:

We make it clear when a piece of content is sponsored or paid for by a third party. We may also receive payments from third parties for advertising that is sponsored by other people on our website, such as advertising fees, commissions on customer purchases, or charges based on how often visitors use links to other websites.
Unless otherwise stated, we do not intend for any links to other websites, trademarks, or company marks, or any co-branding to be taken as recommendations.

When publishing research-related content on our website, we make sure to include information about the material’s author, source, and publication date. When we present content that is the outcome of case studies, projects, or academic research, we will be sure to credit the original author as well as any other people who contributed significantly to its creation, editing, or other preparation.

We request that all authors who contribute to our site fill out a form disclosing any financial or other relationships that might affect or appear to affect, the particular content they provide. If the conflicts, in our opinion, are serious, we demand that they be made public in relation to the information on our website. For those who sit on our numerous editorial boards, we have the same standards.


Any suggestions, queries, or grievances you may have regarding this editorial policy or our websites are welcome. Send an email to contact Bulletinday@gmail.com to get in touch with us.