Editorial Policy and Standards
Our Content Integrity Promise
All articles created by The Feltracing team follow a strict and professional editorial process. We ensure the uprightness and value of our content.
At The Feltracing, the interests and needs of our customers are the top priority in our content creation process.
Therefore, our professional content production team consisting of writers, editors, expert advisors always works with the utmost diligence to create the most accurate, up-to-date content. All for one ultimate goal: to satisfy our customers.
Published articles on our site follow a standard format, including a byline and the date. The byline will give readers information about our article creators, while the date shows when the newest features of the news are updated. Some articles also feature taglines for added information.
Original visual assets including images, videos, illustrations, and graphics on the site are carefully crafted and evaluated by our dedicated team, ensuring veracity, uniqueness, and quality.
Our fact-checking team consists of members selected based on journalistic and technical standards. They are all experienced and professional in this field.
Fact-checkers will work with information related to facts and statistics that appear in our articles. They will then verify the authenticity and origin of such information and data before publishing the articles.
Articles that have passed the fact-checking round will receive a “fact check” mark with the fact-checker’s name at the top of the page.
If you have noticed an issue you would like to bring to our attention, please let us know by emailing [email protected].
All corrections are honest and public. Our editorial team will clearly and accurately notify readers of any errors and when we correct them.
In addition, we will also ensure that such errors are fixed as quickly as possible so as not to cause any disruption to the reading experience of our customers.
If an article has no factual error but the language is inappropriate, editors will correct it without note.
If you would like to report an error, you can do so by emailing [email protected].
We prefer reputable sources in all articles. Information and data in our content are relied on reliable and highly regarded sources, like specialized institutions and expert interviews.
We are deeply aware that using reputable data sources is a way of respecting our customers and strengthening their trust in our website. In case it’s compulsory to use unnamed information sources, we will clearly explain the reason.
Diversity and Anti Bias
The Feltracing team strives to create content and build a foundation for all people, all communities. That’s why we established an Anti-Bias Review Board.
This division is necessary for forming a fair environment that supports customers of all genders, religions, ages, sexual orientations, and economic conditions.
The Anti-bias Review Board members are professionals, researchers, journalists in this field. They are tasked with evaluating content, images, graphics, illustrations, and videos on The Feltracing site.
Based on their professional knowledge and expertise, they will advise the most suitable language, tone, and images that should be used on the site.
The most essential factor contributing to the credibility of The Feltracing is the fair, unbiased and trustworthy content. We cherish it and strive to meet all standards to preserve it.
Our contributors are all required to adhere to the rules and guidelines of transparency and honesty in the content development process.
We are committed to offering content that does not infringe the intellectual property rights of any individual or organization, does not violate copyright and community standards.
- Copyright Law of the United States
- FTC Guidelines on Disclosures
- Society of Professional Journalists Ethics Code
The Feltracing writers and editors have to obey the FTC Guidelines on Disclosures. They must be completely honest when providing information regarding their relationships with other individuals or organizations that may affect their objectivity.
In addition, they are also not allowed to give preference or special treatment to any external sources and resources.