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When producing content, we require all writers and editors at DegreeQuery.com to comply with these guidelines.
Writers are responsible for their work’s accuracy. It is of the utmost importance to validate data and to double-check evidence.
In return for favorable content or feedback of a business or vehicle, our writing and editorial staff will not consider any payment of any sort. What we know, we write. In producing truthful content, we take pride. It is what is deserved by the reader. In the insurance industry, our team has over 60 years of experience.
There’s going to be stuff that we don’t know or are about to explore, and we’re going to be transparent about that. Our writing team takes care to use fair language in all of our work, as our aim is to deliver clear, professional content.
In order to provide our users with non-biased information, our writers aim to provide up-to-date, impartial and accurate information so that they can make informed decisions based on the individual views of the users.
We do our best to keep an open mind and do everything possible to correct the data when we are informed about a potential mistake. At the top of all the content, we also have a date so you can easily see when it was last updated.
The education industry is evolving constantly. To ensure that all content is 100 percent reliable and up to date, we follow the industry closely. Our content is reviewed for accuracy by insurance industry experts.
The act of taking the work of another and passing it off as your own is plagiarism. DegreeQuery.com has a zero-tolerance policy for plagiarism or other form of fabrication. Violation of this policy will result in the company’s termination pending a review.
It is the discretion of the editorial staff as to what plagiarism is and fabrication of any kind will not be tolerated. All material from DegreeQuery.com must be collected and written initially. Plagiarism covers but is not confined to:
Copying content or data without sourcing.
Only make minor improvements or updates to content from other websites.
A copy written previously by a writer for a different web.
The editorial team will be informed as soon as possible so that we can fix the situation if we discover that work has been plagiarized from another platform. Grammar and other third-party tools are used to review our material before it is released and provide additional safeguards against plagiarism.
Slang or inflected language is not used by our authors. For one person, a casual phrase can be a pejorative for someone else and we work to be as inclusive as possible. On DegreeQuery.com, the use of profanity is prohibited.
We accept that education can be confusing and daunting. That’s why, as an editorial team, we do our utmost to build content that can resonate with individuals from a young age to seniors. We aspire to write in plain language that can be understood by all.