Indoorskydivingsource.com is the number 1 resource in the indoor skydiving industry and the most complete database of vertical wind tunnels. Since it’s launch in 2014, ISS has grown to serve a highly-targeted public of bodyflight enthusiasts, end-consumers and industry professionals alike.
Please read carefully:
Indoorskydivingsource.com is a media site, meaning we produce content, information, and resources for the indoor skydiving industry. If you’ve got useful content to share with our readers, we’d love to see it.
If you’re able to write the story yourself, just send it over for review. Please make sure you stick to our category guidelines below to avoid your story being rejected.
Please note: We may need to edit your article before publishing. These edits are usually more to do with style but every now and then we will also make adjustments to the content.
If you’d like us to write the story for you, get in touch using the form at the bottom of the page and tell us as much as you can.
Our content is broken down into the following categories:
- Photos & Videos
- Feature Articles
Find out more about each of these categories below:
News stories are pretty self-explanatory. They are usually only relevant (or most relevant) at the time that they are published.
News stories could include:
- Tunnel openings
- New tunnel offerings
- New manufacturer offerings
- Event write ups/summaries
- Indoor skydiving projects
Events are pages that provide details and information about an event. You can submit an event here.
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3. Photos & Videos
Feature stories are evergreen articles that ideally remain relevant over time. They usually focus on a specific topic and go into depth exploring it.
There are a variety of ways to structure a feature article:
The Human Interest Feature
A human interest feature takes something of interest in the industry and connects it to something potentially interesting in the life of the reader.
For example, a feature article on the improvements in wind tunnel engineering might show us how it improves consumer safety and experience.
The Personality Feature
A human interest feature may develop into a personality feature which looks at a person’s life in more depth. The person may be well known or completely unknown, but he/she will have done something of interest to others. For example, Rick Hansen, a wheelchair athlete, travelled the equivalent of the distance around the world to raise money for spinal cord injury research.
The How-To Feature
The how-to feature describes how to do or build something.
The Past Events Feature
The past events feature looks at historical events, but approaches them from the angle of human interest. I.e. how did the event affect people or the industry.
The News Feature
The news feature takes a current news story as its start but then investigates how the news affects the lives of average people. Our COVID-19 news feature is a good example of this.