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Irene Kightley wrote:
I've made a little clickable 'smoking chimney bunkhouse" link that anyone can put into their blog or website which links back to this forum.
paul wheaton wrote:I just wanted to remind folks that I encourage people to make our visitors aware of other permaculture resources all over the web.
paul wheaton wrote:
For those of you with blogs, I encourage you to let folks here know about your new blog entries and help drive traffic to your site. All I ask is that you try to make your post not spammy.
I think a post that is little more than a link looks really spammy. A non-spammy post would have at least a paragraph and maybe even a picture, and then a link to the blog entry. If the post appears in an existing thread on the same topic, that is even better.
For those of you that post youtube videos, I invite you to embed the videos here.
So if we have a thread here about breeds of laying chickens, I think it would be great if that thread had a dozen embedded videos, links to 30 blogs and about fifty pictures and all sorts of discussion. That strikes me as information rich thread, complete with gobs of links to your stuff.
Paul - will you be speaking at http://montanaherbgathering.org in the Summer 2012?
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