The Wall Street Journal offers a platform to in order to express your opinon and demonstrate your thought leadership on a particular subject or issue. Here are some issues to keep in mind the following:
1. Your submission must be exclusive to The Wall Street Journal.
2. It needs to be between 600 to 1,200 jargon-free (meaning no techno babble, please) words, typewritten, and double-spaced.
3. A cover letter giving a brief summary of your article should be included along with the author’s fax number, day and evening phone numbers, address or e-mail address
4. The Journal will call authors on timely articles that are of interest to them.
5. Your OpEd should be directed to the Editorial Features Editor, Tunku Varadarajan. There are two ways to submit an op-ed. You can fax it to: 212-416-2255 or send email to: email@example.com. I suggest sending it to Varadarjan.
6. If you want to respond to an article that has appeared in the Journal, email your comments to Ned Crabb, the letters editor, at the same fax number or at this email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Journal receives 500 – 1,000 OpEd proposals per week, so do your homework, make your submission relevant and timely.