Delivering trustworthy, unbiased, well-balanced news and blogs in the fields of culture, entertainment, technology, science, politics, and health is the goal of Erratic Hour. This editorial policy describes how we select and assess the data and resources you see on our website, how we differentiate sponsored and advertising content from news content, how monetary or other external influences impact our website, and how you can contact us with questions or criticisms.
Regarding This Policy
Web Sites Covered
“Erratic Hour,” “We,” or “Erratichour.com” refer to Erratic Hour and any company we control (for example a subsidiary that we own). The term “website” refers to our internet website, Erratichour.com. You can learn more about who we are, what we do, and how to contact us in the “about us” section of our website.
The following Editorial Policy is relevant to Erratichour.com. You should review the editorial guidelines of each website you visit after leaving Erratichour.com. We are not responsible for how other websites treat editorial once you leave our website.
Changes to Editorial Policy
There may be small changes that have no effect on the overall goals of this policy. When the policy is modified in a way that significantly alters how we handle editorial concerns, we will make care to notify our users. Our websites will be updated with new policy information. To view our previously published articles, go to Edited Articles.
Our goal at Erratic Hour is to provide you with accurate, unbiased information. The editorial team at Erratic Hour is in charge of choosing, producing, and maintaining the content. We are aware of how important it is to maintain the editorial independence of our content from any items that are sponsored content or advertising. We have also arranged the website’s operations to properly divide our instructional and promotion initiatives from an editorial perspective.
Various Informational Resources
Every piece of content we identify as our own and that can be accessed on our website was either created by us or it was given to us by outside sources whose editorial standards we have checked and deemed to be acceptable. The content we publish is written by our in-house writers or by freelance journalists we hire. Internal editors review all submitted content and have verified that our information is fair-balanced and fits learning objectives.
Sources for third-party editorial content include governmental bodies, nonprofit organisations, colleges, and significant stakeholders who provide news and information about all the industries we cover. The majority of the content from other sources is reviewed by our editorial staff for accuracy, balance, completeness, and timeliness before being made available on our websites.
We rely on spot checks, our prior evaluation of probable information sources, as well as the editorial standards followed by the information provider when a complete examination 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 internal staff members of the provider or by external authorities in the field.
In some places of our website, we make content from business partners and conference organisers accessible. We make sure the user is aware that the content hasn’t gone through our editorial process in certain spots. Erratic Hour regularly assesses the content of the website to make sure it is still relevant. When necessary, incorrect or out-of-date information is updated, moved to an archive (where it can still be accessed), or removed. You can use the editor’s notes to indicate when events have occurred.
Connecting to Other Websites
Financial Data and External Influence
Like the majority of instructional websites on the Internet, Erratic Hour currently relies on advertising and sponsorship, including banner advertising, native advertising, video advertising, and sponsored articles. Regarding sponsorship and other business interactions, we abide by the following guidelines:
- We make it clear where sponsored content comes from and where it doesn’t;
- We might receive money from third parties for advertising that is sponsored by others on our website, including money from advertising, commissions from customer purchases, and payments based on how often people use links to other websites.
- Unless we clearly state that we recommend them, we do not intend for any links to other websites, trademarks, brands of other businesses, 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. We shall explicitly identify the real author of the information and anybody else who played a significant part in writing, editing, or other preparation of the material when we offer content that is the outcome of case studies, projects, or academic research.
- 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.
You are encouraged to contact us with any comments you may have about this editorial policy or our websites. To contact us, please send an email to : firstname.lastname@example.org