Bottom-Line: DiGGrowth intends to offer its customers high-quality editorial resources and materials to develop enhanced understanding and awareness. We deliver exceptional blog posts and write-ups written and reviewed by our expert team with bounded AI assistance. Meanwhile, posting entirely AI-generated content on our website is against our ethical standards and remains strictly prohibited.
Ethical Editorial Guidelines
DiGGrowth believes in maintaining the following ethical standards in all the editorial content posted on our website:
We understand the significance of factors like marketing attribution and analytics for CMOs, marketing managers, and performance managers. Therefore, we remain dedicated to maintaining the quality and authenticity of our content. It helps render the most original and useful information to our customers and readers keen to learn about the intricacies of marketing analytics, marketing attribution, and other similar topics.
We maintain inclusivity while writing each of our blog posts to make it understandable for all beginners as well as seasoned marketers or readers. The content is curated to satiate everyone’s curiosity and thirst for knowledge, irrespective of their level of awareness and expertise.
The prime motive of our blog posts is to impart optimum knowledge and information about all the topics related to marketing attribution and analytics. We have made it a priority to maintain the information quotient of our editorial pieces. Our writers discuss all aspects of the topic to make it wholesome and optimally informational for our readers.
While making our content highly enriched and informational, we also make it a point to make it accurate and correct to the best of our ability and knowledge. We try to confirm the accuracy of the data and facts stated in our blog posts while ensuring the information we share is correct.
All the articles and blog posts you find on DiGGrowth are written by writers and subject matter experts whom we have carefully vetted and onboarded. Most of them are seasoned veterans of the marketing field, while some are exceptional writers and experts at conducting research and getting to the core of any topic. All the writers are skilled at comprehending complex topics and presenting them in a simplified and understandable manner.
We add the name and profile link of the writer and reviewer of each blog post on the blog page. Most importantly, all our writers must abide by the editorial guidelines and policies stated on this page.
Before sending the blog posts for final publishing, we get them reviewed by our expert reviewers to ensure the accuracy of language, the relevance of information, and the context of the topic, among other critical factors and parameters. Our reviewers suggest the changes and updates required in the blog posts and forward them for re-checking or rewriting.
Moreover, our reviewers also continuously review the articles published on our website to check for outdated facts and information. Such articles and blog posts are updated with the latest information and trends.
Handling and Representation of Facts and Data
DiGGrowth confirms the accuracy and authenticity of any information or data before using it in any of its blog posts and editorial publications. The data we use or quote is sourced from reliable and trustworthy sources. Also, we keep fact-checking and replacing outdated entries with the latest information and updates to ensure the quality and accuracy of the editorial content.
Along with the self-produced content, we also use, quote, and cite excerpts from other online and offline sources. While doing that, we ensure that the source is given adequate credit, mention, and citation (according to the suggested guidelines) while using or stating any third-party content.
Editorial Liability Disclaimer
The information, suggestions, and data on our website’s blog posts and other editorial content are meant to build awareness and knowledge. They are not meant to be used for professional or academic purposes. Although the content that we post on our website is of high-end quality and precision, we do not claim or warrant its accuracy.
The suggestions and strategies mentioned in our blog posts might not be suitable for everyone and should not be considered professional advice. You are advised to seek professional assistance before making any practical implementations of the same. Given the dynamic nature of the marketing domain, we also do not claim the correctness of every fact, data, or statistic mentioned in our blog posts.
DiGGrowth marks the following practices as “strictly prohibited”:
- Posting unauthorized content and spamming material.
- Posting unlawful or fraudulent links and content.
- Posting personal information about oneself or others outside the designated sections, guidelines, or without prior permission.
- Posting obscene and objectionable content representing racism, blasphemy, indecency, hatred, sexism, etc.
- Posting derogatory remarks about other people or organizations.
- Violating the personal privacy rights of individuals and institutions by posting their personal information without prior permission.
- Copying or quoting content or excerpts that belong to other people or websites without proper citation or mentioning.
- Using the website to post unethical or unlawful content.
- Impersonating as any other person or falsely claiming association with a person or organization in the editorial pieces posted on this website.
- Violating the guidelines suggested in the ‘Editorial Policy Page.’
Practicing these prohibited conducts and violating our terms & conditions would lead to judicial consequences.
Copyright Details and Guidelines
All the content, write-ups, and editorial resources posted on DiGGrowth’s website should be considered our exclusive intellectual property. Using, copying, quoting, selling, or claiming it as your own would be a legal infringement and lead to legal consequences. Any such discrepancies or incidences will be handled under WA, USA Judiciary. However, our website’s blog posts and content can be quoted or referred to with adequate citation and mention. Please contact us for corrections.