If one of Digital Engineering's advertising partners sponsors an article, it will be labeled as sponsored content. Such content normally takes one of three forms: “New and Noteworthy,” “Check it Out” and advertorials.
New and Noteworthy and Check it Out
For “New and Noteworthy,” allow DigitalEngineering247.com to unveil and introduce your new product or service to our extensively qualified audience of design engineers. Our team of expert editors will not only create a compelling brief about your offering but also actively promote your “New and Noteworthy” launch through our newsletters, dedicated eBlasts, social media and prominent posts on our website.
For “Check it Out,” advertisers can request that their video, webinar, paper or service offering be covered as a “Check it Out” by Digital Engineering.
When writing a “New and Noteworthy” or “Check it Out” newsletter, DE's editors explain why the product, service or reference material could help DE's readers.
A sponsor receives a key benefit from a “New and Noteworthy” or “Check it Out” sponsorship, which is the opportunity to acquire inquiry information for people who request more information on, or visit websites related to, the product or service published in the newsletter. This passing of inquiry-related information is disclosed to subscribers of the newsletters. Subscribers may opt out from these newsletter services so that contact information is not offered to third parties.
Advertorials are articles submitted by Digital Engineering's advertisers who sponsor their placement in the magazine and/or online. The advertiser is solely responsible for their content. These articles are clearly marked as sponsored wherever they are published. Digital Engineering reserves the right to refuse to publish advertorials that we feel don't meet our mission of providing useful information on optimization technology to design engineers, engineering management and engineering IT teams. We believe that what is presented as sponsored content is important, newsworthy and fairly presented. We hope you find this information useful too. To help you judge for yourself, whenever any article is sponsored, we will place the blue Sponsored Content flag at the top of it with a link to this page as a means of full disclosure.
Tom Cooney, Publisher