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10/24/14
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mattbariletti

[Please Read] Posting best practices

Hi, 

Along with the posting guidelines for Google Product Forums, the Blogger forum has it's own set of rules to create a healthy atmosphere where users can get the information they need, in a safe and helpful environment. 

For returning users helping new users with issues, here are a couple of rules that I'm asking all posters (including TCs) to abide by:
  1. Post only related links: If you are adding a link in your post, please make sure it relates to the post. For example, if your blog contains an article that answers a user's question, you can post the link. Otherwise, if you're just trying to get users to read or follow your blog, please refrain from doing so.
  2. Cite your sources: If you're copying someone else's helpful answer, please mention the original poster. That's just good manners.
Here is a list of additional Blogger help forums: 



Thanks for reading. We appreciate your cooperation and generosity in helping other users with Blogger!

Matt

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