The Jobscan Editorial Team reserves the right to take appropriate action should a source violate these rules. If you have questions regarding Jobscan’s rules, please contact us.
Violating any of the below rules will result in a first time warning, and upon a second violation, being permanently removed from the service.
1) Sources will receive one email a week, Monday afternoon, with requests from Jobscan content writers. Answer the writer through the linked submission form provided at the end of the source request.
2) We’ve worked hard to curate a network of experts in the field of job searching. We will continue to evaluate expertise as new members are added. Please ensure that you have clear, reasonable expertise in a topic relevant to the query you are responding to. Sources found routinely submitting quotes beyond their area of expertise may be removed from The Insight Leaders Network at the editor’s discretion. If you are replying on behalf of your client, you must ensure that the client meets these criteria.
3) Sources must send their own, unique responses when replying to source requests. Sending plagiarized content will result in removal of the Source from the network.
4) Do not spam writers with off-topic pitches in response to their queries.
5) Sources may not require backlinks/link swaps in exchange for use of their quote. In most cases, the writer will link to the website the source provides in their quote submission. However, quid pro quo backlink requirements or backlink farming may be grounds for immediate removal from The Insight Leaders Network at the editor’s discretion.
6) Only TLD URLs will be used (ex. jobscan.co). Please do not enter a content link.
7) Do not pitch products in your quote submission unless the request specifically asks for a product.
8) You may forward queries to others via email or social media.
9) Reply to source requests with complete, relevant answers to their questions, include a short bio and your contact information. Do not reply to source requests with incomplete information or solely, “Would like to talk to you about this.”
10) If you are replying to a source request on behalf of your client, directly reply with your client’s response. Do not reply solely with “My client can speak about this.”