Blog House Rules
This blog is a forum on Textbroker.com. While the blog is meant as an open and honest exchange of ideas and opinions, certain standards are necessary. When in our house, we ask you to play by our rules.
Only registered Textbroker users (authors and clients with a Textbroker user ID) can make comments on blog posts. Comments will be posted with the user's ID or chosen user name.
Blog posts will be screened before released. We screen for profanity and offensive language as well as transmission of personal contact information (e-mail addresses).
For your personal online security, please do not include e-mail addresses in blog posts or post footers. Bots do scan blogs for e-mail addresses. Clients or authors can contact you via our messaging system and your user name/ID.
Please bear in mind that all of the comments you read come from members of the public. The comments, opinions and statements posted in our comments don't necessarily reflect the views of Textbroker.com. The information posted in our comments is the responsibility of the commenters who created the comments.
Inclusion of a blog on the Textbroker blogroll does not indicate an endorsement of that blog's content or that all the posts or content included in that blog have been reviewed and are considered accurate or complete.
Constructive criticism is encouraged, but inflammatory comments, personal insults and attacks will not be tolerated or published.
Please refrain from supporting or insulting other portals or writing websites by name. Affiliate links to other sites will ensure your comment will not be posted.
Contact data, including e-mail addresses, personal websites, and phone numbers will not be shared. Since your user name is clickable for all logged-in clients, those interested in contacting you can do so via our messenger.
Comments are under no obligation to be published. If your comment does not meet our house rules, it will not be published without notification from our end.
This blog is meant to be a tool to help writers be successful with Textbroker. Clients can see your posts. Please conduct yourself professionally, stay on topic, and treat your fellow writers with respect.