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How do you create a blog in projectmanagement.com?



How do you create a blog in projectmanagement.com?
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Hi George,

Thanks for your question! Members of the community are granted blog access based on their level of participation within the community. This includes participating in discussions, connecting with other members of the community, and contributing content.

To check to see if you have been granted blogging rights, you can go to the Account link under the Hello message when you log in. There you will see a link for Blogs and another link that allows you to begin your own blog.

I hope this information was helpful.

If you have other questions, let us know!

Marjorie
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2 replies by George Lewis and Kiron Bondale
Jun 03, 2016 1:03 PM
George Lewis
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Marjorie, thanks for your quick response.

I thought the question was too basic, but I see it wasn't :)
Jan 10, 2018 7:55 AM
Kiron Bondale
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Marjorie -

I'm sure it's in the T's & C's somewhere, but is there anything preventing me from creating a blog but posting the same articles which I have been writing and posting since 2009 on my personal site? I don't want to drop that site as I have a steady follower base there, but would love to gain some more readership for my ideas...

Kiron



Jun 03, 2016 1:00 PM
Replying to Marjorie Anderson
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Hi George,

Thanks for your question! Members of the community are granted blog access based on their level of participation within the community. This includes participating in discussions, connecting with other members of the community, and contributing content.

To check to see if you have been granted blogging rights, you can go to the Account link under the Hello message when you log in. There you will see a link for Blogs and another link that allows you to begin your own blog.

I hope this information was helpful.

If you have other questions, let us know!

Marjorie
Marjorie, thanks for your quick response.

I thought the question was too basic, but I see it wasn't :)



Hi Georges very pertinent question and good response from Marjorie also. Thank you so much guys.



I have a feeling you are eligible to start a blog George.



Jun 03, 2016 1:00 PM
Replying to Marjorie Anderson
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Hi George,

Thanks for your question! Members of the community are granted blog access based on their level of participation within the community. This includes participating in discussions, connecting with other members of the community, and contributing content.

To check to see if you have been granted blogging rights, you can go to the Account link under the Hello message when you log in. There you will see a link for Blogs and another link that allows you to begin your own blog.

I hope this information was helpful.

If you have other questions, let us know!

Marjorie
Marjorie -

I'm sure it's in the T's & C's somewhere, but is there anything preventing me from creating a blog but posting the same articles which I have been writing and posting since 2009 on my personal site? I don't want to drop that site as I have a steady follower base there, but would love to gain some more readership for my ideas...

Kiron
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2 replies by Marjorie Anderson and Vincent Guerard
Jan 10, 2018 8:35 AM
Vincent Guerard
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Kiron,

What is stoping you, I have see on many blog here with "originally publish....", I have done it also!
Jan 10, 2018 9:24 AM
Marjorie Anderson
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Hi Kiron,

Great question! You may replicate the content that you have posted elsewhere on your blog here on ProjectManagement.com. We only ask that you do not link back to a personal blog or site, as it can be perceived as self-promotional. You can find more information about our link posting policy in our User Guidelines at the bottom of every page.

Thank you!



That's a really helpful explanation Marjorie. I thought anyone who is a member could do that.



Jan 10, 2018 7:55 AM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Marjorie -

I'm sure it's in the T's & C's somewhere, but is there anything preventing me from creating a blog but posting the same articles which I have been writing and posting since 2009 on my personal site? I don't want to drop that site as I have a steady follower base there, but would love to gain some more readership for my ideas...

Kiron
Kiron,

What is stoping you, I have see on many blog here with "originally publish....", I have done it also!



Jan 10, 2018 7:55 AM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Marjorie -

I'm sure it's in the T's & C's somewhere, but is there anything preventing me from creating a blog but posting the same articles which I have been writing and posting since 2009 on my personal site? I don't want to drop that site as I have a steady follower base there, but would love to gain some more readership for my ideas...

Kiron
Hi Kiron,

Great question! You may replicate the content that you have posted elsewhere on your blog here on ProjectManagement.com. We only ask that you do not link back to a personal blog or site, as it can be perceived as self-promotional. You can find more information about our link posting policy in our User Guidelines at the bottom of every page.

Thank you!
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2 replies by Kiron Bondale
Jan 10, 2018 9:25 AM
Kiron Bondale
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Thanks Marjorie - I'll definitely take advantage of this additional publication channel!

Kiron
Jan 11, 2018 9:05 AM
Kiron Bondale
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Marjorie -

Loving the feedback I'm getting on my first few article re-posts on my new blog! One question, the blog stats link appears to be broken. Initially I thought it was because I had created the blog on the same day I was trying to access the stats but I'm still getting the error message today.

I'm getting the generic "The page you just requested resulted in an error" feedback form.

Has anyone else experienced this or is it just me (in which case I'll complete and submit the form)?

Kiron



Jan 10, 2018 9:24 AM
Replying to Marjorie Anderson
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Hi Kiron,

Great question! You may replicate the content that you have posted elsewhere on your blog here on ProjectManagement.com. We only ask that you do not link back to a personal blog or site, as it can be perceived as self-promotional. You can find more information about our link posting policy in our User Guidelines at the bottom of every page.

Thank you!
Thanks Marjorie - I'll definitely take advantage of this additional publication channel!

Kiron



Jan 10, 2018 9:24 AM
Replying to Marjorie Anderson
...
Hi Kiron,

Great question! You may replicate the content that you have posted elsewhere on your blog here on ProjectManagement.com. We only ask that you do not link back to a personal blog or site, as it can be perceived as self-promotional. You can find more information about our link posting policy in our User Guidelines at the bottom of every page.

Thank you!
Marjorie -

Loving the feedback I'm getting on my first few article re-posts on my new blog! One question, the blog stats link appears to be broken. Initially I thought it was because I had created the blog on the same day I was trying to access the stats but I'm still getting the error message today.

I'm getting the generic "The page you just requested resulted in an error" feedback form.

Has anyone else experienced this or is it just me (in which case I'll complete and submit the form)?

Kiron
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1 reply by Drake Settsu
Jan 11, 2018 9:20 AM
Drake Settsu
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I experienced that same error and it was fixed a few days latter. I think after the error occurs and gets logged tech support is notified and they fix it.
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