Adlandpro Blogging Community Guidelines

Community Guidelines are important to retain  and foster growth and help keep any community in good standing.

blogging community of Adlandpro

To maintain the high standards of the Adlandpro Blogging community, we have set up these community guidelines for the blogging community to help you navigate this community and foster a way for you to learn about blogging that will be successful for you.

All Blog submissions are reviewed manually to be sure that this community is seen with the highest value.

This document sets out the community guidelines and  explain why any given post will be rejected

We recommend that you bookmark this page for future reference.

community guidelines for the Adlandpro blogging community

 

Adlandpro Blog Community Guidelines and Best Practices

 

1. Be sure to  fill in your profile appropriately and with thought. Part of this  blogging community is to show the thought leadership of the members of Adlandpro to provide value and insights to everyone on the many topics that you wish to write about. Please consider your username when creating a blogging account as this is what will be viewed by everyone.

 2 .Be Authentic. Don’t write misleading headlines, be sure to give proper credit in your content by linking to the proper source including copyrighted images.

 3. Be Original. We trust that your work will be an original piece of writing and that you will be accurate in your topics. Any person writing plagiarized content will be banned from the Adlandpro blogging community.

 4. Be the person you want to be seen and remember 3 R’s: Respectful,Relevant and Reasonable.

Be respectful when you write about different topics or making comments, be reasonable as you engage with other members on the Adlandpro blogging community and be relevant to the topic you have chosen to write about and relevant in your comments.

 5.  This blogging community is built on WordPress so  explore and look around. For example when posting images, think about how you are going to save your image to make it SEO friendly.

 

Blogging community  rules for writing

Reasons for Post Rejections

 

Here is a list of possible reasons as to why your post may be rejected:

 

  • Posts that have Promotional content in the post title, body or links of the post
  • Posts that contains duplicate or plagiarized content. For content to be considered original, it must have a score of 93% unique content.
  • Posts that contain (PLR) content
  • Posts that promote affiliate links
  • Ponzi or pyramid schemes style post
  • Posts that contain pornography or Adult/Mature content.( Sexually explicit; contains nudity and/or pornography.)
  • ** Adult or Mature content may include any material that is not appropriate for all audiences.
  • Posts promoting Hate, violence, or racism.
  • Posts that use Profanity and/or vulgarity.
  • Posts that promote illegal activities or that violate any law. Examples of illegal material include child pornography; libel; material that infringes any intellectual property right; and material that specifically advocates, solicits or abets illegal activity (such as fraud or violence).
  • Posts about escort services, dating services or matchmaking services.
  • Posts linking to link farms
  • Hacking, cracking, warez, phreaking, or pirated software style blog posts.
  • Posts containing links to, or graphics depicting, any of the Unacceptable Subject Matter that has been outlined in this list.
  • Posts containing malware link.s
  • Posts that are less than 300 words. There has been much debate on what is the ideal length of a post and after deliberation, we have set the minimum  length of  a post at  300 characters.

Due to the many submissions, it is not always possible to contact the author.  If you don’t see your post published within 4 days then you may contact the admin to find out why and if there is a problem, they will help you at that point.

While there have been those members who feel that these community guidelines  are too strict and rigid, please remember that any blog post you create is about show casing you the person and not your business. We are not a form of networked blogging system, we are unique and we will do all that we can to help you be seen.

 

If you have any questions or feedback the we would love to hear from you. You can contact us at blogcommunityadmin@adlandpro.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

GD Star Rating
loading...
GD Star Rating
loading...
Adlandpro Blogging Community Guidelines , 7.8 out of 10 based on 4 ratings

6 Comments

  1. JJGreen
    Feb 25, 2014 @ 19:03:16

    I have read and agree with Community Blog regulations.

    Reply

    • Diane (Blogneta)
      Feb 25, 2014 @ 21:28:31

      Hi Jan and great to see you on the blogging community. Thanks for reading the blog community guidelines..appreciated!

      Reply

    • allanoor mansoori
      Aug 17, 2014 @ 19:28:52

      I read and agree with community blog

      Reply

  2. The Credit Reward Program begins February First!
    Jun 23, 2014 @ 04:39:07

    […] are met and only blog posts that are published will be rewarded. Please be sure to read the Adlandpro Blogging Guidelines to gain a good understanding of what is accepted on the Adlandpro blogging community. Authors may […]

    Reply

  3. Victor Courville
    Mar 18, 2015 @ 00:59:38

    I read and agree with community blog regulations.

    Reply

  4. Ken Wolff
    Jul 18, 2016 @ 19:52:13

    I have read and agree with the community blog regulations. Thank you for maintaining high standards for the blogs here! 😀

    Reply

Leave a Reply

*