CyclicMint’s workforce is committed towards an editorial policy that aligns with the site’s mission to deliver ‘Diverse,’ ‘Original,’ ‘Informative,’ and ‘Timely’ news to our readers. CyclicMint’s management calls it the ‘D.O.I.T Philosophy’.

As part of the editorial policy, each of the journalists including writers enters into an agreement with the company – a memorandum of sorts – wherein they declare that their work including articles, news stories and any other written content produced will follow the D.O.I.T philosophy. Violation of any of the provisions in the agreement results in instant rejection of the work without explanation.

Diversity: CyclicMint takes pride in bringing a diverse array of news from everything related to the business and finance niche. The website has a small team of writers, editors, and operations personnel that have been selected through a tough and rigorous human resource policy.

Connecting with the top tier talent is tough but CyclicMint has devised a recruitment strategy of its own that caters to both in-house staff as well as freelancers and guest posting authors.

The policy implemented and developed for recruitment by CyclicMint creative team is known as the ‘Rainbow Order’ (where every color differs from one another but together they create a mesmerizing view).

Originality: Content is diverse but is it their own? The second pillar of the mantra is known as ‘originality’, which means that the content that is developed should not be copied from any other source and is own creation with factually accurate information.

In order to ensure that the source of reporting is completely original, CyclicMint employees are made to follow strict SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures). Please keep in mind that we don’t check the work of freelance journalists, who are writing for more than 6 months. If you have any queries related to any specific article, please feel free to drop an email to the Journalist.

The actual event of news remains the same but the way it is brought upfront and into the limelight should differ. The analysis should be creative and well thought. The contribution shared by the writers should be almost original. The source of the news must always be primary.

The threshold of plagiarism is kept at 10%. The technology used for validating the originality includes Turnitin, CopyScape and ProWritingAid. This also aids in correcting grammatical errors and spelling mistakes. The content in violation of the rules is discarded or sent back to the author for rewriting or we take down on users request.

Informative: CyclicMint team strives to be different. In order to gain a competitive edge, it must be noted that mere diversity and originality are just not enough. In business terms, CyclicMint management is aware that in order to succeed they must build a ‘competitive intelligence cell’.

Two people from the team have been assigned the task for coming up with strategies on a regular basis to keep a constant eye on the content produced by the competition in order to win over them.

Upon a quick research, it was decided that almost zero fashion news platforms incorporate the latest researches or findings into their news. Hence, to stand out, CyclicMint took the need to introduce the latest informative research into their articles.

Timely: CyclicMint specializes in bringing the on go, updated news instantly to the readers. In order to make sure that the content being shared is the latest, the management has devised an ‘around the clock policy’. Piece of news sent by the writer that narrates an event that happened more than 48 hours ago is discarded. This helps in keeping the content of the news up to date.

Ultimately, CyclicMint values delivery of high-quality, accurate, and highly credible news, presented in a way that helps users achieve a better understanding of events. This is what our team should aim to achieve through the ‘D.O.I.T. Philosophy’. Copied or rewritten content from other news portals, redundant information, personal biases from journalists, old and fake news are listed as the key risks to watch out for. The ‘Editorial Policy’ guidelines are listed to address these risks.