Correct Method to Share Articles on WF

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What is the correct method to post articles you have read and would like to share on Warrior Forums?
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  • Profile picture of the author art72
    Most people simply reference them, copy the url, and paste the link in your post.

    Nearly all blog posts or articles are copyrighted, so if you are planning to share them elsewhere (which most writers welcome) site the article, and include a url to the blog or source you acquired the information from.

    *Note:

    For obvious reasons, be sure the information is 'public' - and do not 'share' complete 'paid' programs or services (including posts or articles only accessible through a paid resource)

    I'm not a laywer, so if you're not sure definitely get permission or at least apply 'common sense' when sharing other people's work.

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  • Profile picture of the author Raydal
    A link works just fine. That has been the practice here for years.

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    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by Raydal View Post

      A link works just fine. That has been the practice here for years.

      -Ray Edwards
      ...yep. And you can do a little commentary in your own words to lay the ground for what the Article will be talking about


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  • Profile picture of the author Alex The Lion
    A link is great and a little summary of what we are clicking on is nice!
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve B
      I don't have time to look for the reference right now, but I remember from the "rules" of the main discussion forum years ago that this was not the place to simply re-post articles that you or someone else had created. The idea was . . . start a blog here if you want to post articles.

      I think the point was that we are here for discussion of Internet marketing topics and not to simply share our favorite articles.

      I think the best you can do is post the link to the article but encourage discussion here of the point(s) you are trying to emphasize.

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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
    Newbies that start off posting drive by articles normally get them deleted.

    Another thing is that if you can post it here it's best to post the full thing here in my opinion. Why? Because many people use article links as a way to get their Adsense ads seen or get people into their funnel because of an optin popup so it turns into an advertising thing. I come to the Warrior Forum and don't want to spend time going a bunch of other places to do what I come here for - learn and discuss online business things.

    If people post articles and then don't hang around for the discussion, if any, then there is something wrong - this is not an article directory it's a discussion board.

    Mark
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  • Profile picture of the author megamind22
    Every member here have a blog section on the wf profile. You can share your article there If its an article written by you.
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    • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
      Originally Posted by megamind22 View Post

      Every member here have a blog section on the wf profile. You can share your article there If its an article written by you.
      I read somewhere that you have to be a war room member to access the blog section
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    First, make sure you DON'T OWN the site the article/blog post is from

    Second, make sure you post at least a PARAGRAPH of commentary as to WHY the link is important

    Third,. back up your claims of importance by posting a SNIPPET from the content source

    Fourth, post the link

    Again, if you post materials from the same source over and over again, WF users can report you for self-promotion.
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