Healthy Indoors Magazine’s goal is to bring quality indoor air quality and related industry news to an educated audience. Though primarily a B2B publication focused on professional readers, there is some cross-over in the digital versions for extraordinary the B2C reader. Given that we have an educated audience, our content has to engage as well as inform. The reader needs to know why reading an article will help them manage their indoor environment and we hope they are inspired to share this on social media.
The content of submissions should be focused on, or related to indoor environmental quality or sustainability. Suggested topics include: Indoor air quality (IAQ), mold/microbial, radon, asbestos, lead, chemical exposures, ventilation, building performance, sustainable products/construction practices, and related product/technology or technique reviews. Sources must be credited where applicable.
Any article must have a minimum of 350 words but are welcome to be longer; though we suggest no more than 2000 in most cases. Copy may be submitted to us as a Word document, or as a PDF. Please supply supplemental media in a print-quality format when submitting your article. Supporting photos or graphics should be submitted as 300 dpi JPEGs. Our Editorial Production staff can provide you with a link to our FTP upload service for transmitting large files to us. If you’d like to also supply a video we may include that in a digital version after posting it to a service such as YouTube or Vimeo. The submitter is responsible for all copyright/ licensing.
About the Author sections may not include more than four to five sentences and may not be written as an advertisement. They are to lend credibility to your work; however, they may include links to your website in the digital versions.
All work submitted may be used on the website as well as in the print and digital edition of the magazine per the discretion of the Healthy Indoors team. It may also be promoted via social media to increase traffic. Healthy Indoors reserves the right to require edits prior to posting or print or even refuse an article altogether.