Blogging is a two-way conversation and we want you to participate in our blog. To help you we’ve set up some guidelines which explain how we monitor and respond to your comments and what rules we’ve set in place for everyone to get the most out of our blog.
How we operate our blog
We welcome all comments about our blog. We monitor all comments before they’re posted on our site to ensure that they don’t cause offence. We reserve the right not to publish for any reason and to edit your post, although we won’t ever change its sentiment.
To leave a comment we ask for your name and email address. This is common practise.
We will try to respond to comments as appropriate and in a timely manner. We will not post a response to every comment.
General rules for commenting
- Our blog is for everyone to read and participate in. Please be respectful when you comment. If you disagree with our blogger or another comment, be constructive in your criticism.
- We won’t publish any illegal or distasteful content.
- Don’t swear. Try and find a more effective method of expressing yourself.
- Stay on topic. Keep your comments related to the particular blog.
- Keep it short. Long, rambling comments are hard to follow. As a rule of thumb try to keep comments under 200 words.
- Don’t post duplicate comments. Just say it once.
- Please try and limit the number of posts you make about one particular blog as this discourages other people from participating.
- We won’t publish advertising.
- Keep safe. Never post personal details about yourself on our blog (or any blog!).
Our blog is designed to inform and encourage discussion. If you have any further queries please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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