Are we allowed to promote our blog in warrior forum blogs?

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I am interested to know whether we will be allowed to promote our blog in warrior blog entry. Please fix my doubt. Any answers from experienced members of warrior forum...
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  • Profile picture of the author Janet Sawyer
    Warrior Blog Rules :-

    No ads allowed in the Blog area
    All blogs that are nothing but a 'test' or an 'ad' will be deleted

    And More Importantly :-


    Sig Files are getting out of hand.

    We're getting all colors of the rainbow and some people are using massive fonts...comes a time when things need to get back into line so...


    (1) Maximum length of sig file is 5 lines which includes any blank lines used for spaces.

    (2) You are only permitted 1 color in your sig file, this can be any color so long as it's black (hyper links can be blue as they come up this way on the board)

    (3) Sig files may only be written in the normal standard font size.

    (4) You may bold or italicize but that's it.

    added by admin:

    (5) No Affiliate Links Allowed - Promote Your Own Domain/s Only. It's either this or we have to cut out sig files altogether which we do not want to do.

    (6) Anyone Caught Promoting The Same Site/Offer Will Be Deleted. Program owners are telling their members to come here and make posts to promote their offer in their sig files. This has caused tons of useless messages to be posted and it is clogging up the forum. Anyone caught doing this will have to be removed. This is not an ad forum - it is a discussion forum.

    Edit: We have no problem with someone pointing to their WSO within their sig.

    Edit: Due to certain people trying to find a loophole I needed to add yet another edit. Please do not try to get around these rules by getting your own domain name and simply redirecting it to an affiliate program. You Will Be Removed From Here When Caught.

    If you want to promote an affiliate program do it on your own domain. Your own web site. Not a "pre-made" web site. Your own web site, a real one. Then put THAT web site in your sig file.

    A simple way to stay within this rule is this: Promote Your Own Real Web Site And Do Not Listen To Anyone Who Tells You To Come Here Just To Promote A Site They Created For You.

    Michael Tracey
    Warrior Forum Moderator

    My interpretation of all the above with regards to your question
    Can you promote your own blog on your warrior forum blog?

    Yes you can, as long as the blog post here gives good valuable information that will lead the reader to your other blog.
    If it is just an ad for your other blog, then IT will get deleted.

    Hope that helps,

    Janet Sawyer.
    • Profile picture of the author Kym Robinson
      Thankyou Micheal and Janet
      That has certainly cleared the air on a few issues for me!
      Info appreciated!
  • Profile picture of the author Janet Sawyer
    Originally Posted by dwarlords View Post

    Hi guys

    My name is Johnson Tee, and I am.............DOH!.

    I have a problem.


    This really is the wrong thread to have posted that in
    Why not try the JV section of the board instead.


    Edited thanks to Michael for the information.
    • Profile picture of the author Michael Chris
      Originally Posted by Janet Sawyer View Post


      This really is the wrong thread to have posted that in
      Why not try the JV section of the board instead.


      He is spamming different threads and I am sure he will get nuked soon.

      Might want to edit your post and take out the quote of his site and email so he doesn't get any extra exposure.

  • Profile picture of the author Emailrevealer
    Am I allowed a link to my own affiliate program in my sig?

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