Editorial Policy

Methods Used in Editing

Journalistpr goal is to provide readers with comprehensive and fair coverage of developments in the business, technology, science, politics, and health sectors. 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 concerns or comments, and how we choose and evaluate the material and resources that appear on it by reading this editorial policy.

With Regard to This Policy?

As used above, “Journalistpr,” “We,” or “Journalistpr” refers to Journalistpr and any business under our control (for example a subsidiary that we own). When we say “website,” we mean leedaily.com, our online home. Read more about us, the services we provide, and how to get in touch with us in the “about us” section of our website.

If you decide to visit another website after visiting Leedaily, make sure to read that site’s editorial policy first. If you decide to leave our site, we cannot be held responsible for the content or practices of other sites.

Alterations to Editorial Procedures

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

Methods Used in Editing

On Journalistpr, you can always count on getting honest reporting. Journalistpr’s editorial staff is in charge of content curation, development, and upkeep. When it comes to our journalistic content, we know how important it is to separate it completely from anything that could be considered advertising or that could be influenced in any way by our sponsors. We have also managed the website’s operations to keep our educational and promotional efforts distinct from one another from an editorial perspective.

Extensive Collection of Reference Materials

All material presented on our website that we take credit for was either created by us or obtained from third parties whose editorial methods we have checked and deemed to be appropriate. The content we generate is written either in-house by our authors or by freelance journalists we contract with. Internal editors review all submitted content and ensure that it is both fair and fits learning objectives. Third-party editorial content comes from a variety of sources, including government agencies, non-profit organisations, universities, and major stakeholders in the industries we report on.

We make sure that content from other sources is accurate, fair, comprehensive, and up to date before it is posted on our sites. When a comprehensive study is not possible, we rely on spot checks and our prior evaluation of probable information sources and the editorial practices followed by the information provider (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 by external experts in the subject. In some sections of our site, we provide materials provided by our corporate partners and event organisers.

This is where we inform the user that the content has not been reviewed by our editors. Journalistpr performs regular reviews of the site’s content to ensure it is still relevant. All content is reviewed and either updated moved to an archive (where it can still be accessed) or removed if it is found to be erroneous or out of date. One way to indicate the passage of time is by consulting the editor’s notes.

Establishing links to external sites

Our website is littered with links to other websites and commercial logos. Logos and links do not constitute an endorsement or recommendation from our end. All endorsements are clearly labelled next to the relevant emblem or link. Our goal is to always make it clear when you are leaving our website and going to another website, so that you can make an informed decision based on the advertising, editorial policy, privacy policy, and conditions of use that apply to the destination website.

Evidence-Based Economics and the Role of the Environment

Like the vast majority of informational websites on the web today, Journalistpr is supported by advertising and sponsorship such as banner ads, native ads, video ads, and sponsored articles. Here are the guidelines we use when deciding how to handle sponsorship and other business relationships:

All sponsored or paid-for content will be labelled as such. We may also earn money from the sponsors of the advertisements displayed on our site in the form of advertising fees, commissions on sales, or usage fees determined by the number of times a visitor clicks on a link to another site.
The inclusion of any third-party trademarks, service marks, or co-branding should not be construed as an endorsement of any kind.

Author, publication date, and other citation details are always included when we post research-related content on our site. We shall give proper credit to the primary author and any other individuals who made substantial contributions during the writing, editing, or other stages of preparing content based on case studies, projects, or academic research.

Each contributor is required to fill out a form detailing any financial or other relationships that could influence or be seen to influence the content they supply for our site. When we find substantial conflicts of interest, we expect them to be disclosed in connection with the content of our website. We apply the same criteria to all members of our various editorial boards.


Please let us know if you have any questions, comments, or concerns about this editorial policy or any of our other online properties. To contact us, please write to Journalistpr.com.