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How to Blog on TechRepublic?

By Ibrahim Quraishi ·
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Just wondering what?s the process of Blogging on TechRepubilc ?

I will appreciate if someone can guide me?

Thanks in advance

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by Michael Jay In reply to How to Blog on TechRepubl ...

at the bottom of this page, submit a question in that location and ask about it.

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Submit material

by CharlieSpencer In reply to How to Blog on TechRepubl ...

Blogging here is restricted to the editorial staff and contract writers. There is no blogging capability open to the general membership. We tried it several years ago and it went nowhere.

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how about...

by John Fantel In reply to How to Blog on TechRepubl ...

Since blogging is out the window, can users submit poll questions somehow? I'm assuming this is also a no.

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Tell you what, John

by santeewelding In reply to how about...

Whatever you attempt, execute with irreproachable excellence in all ways.

Look at what you already hold -- the conch.

If you have what it takes, it will take.

The people here, if not anything, are appreciative of, and they do applaud, excellence. They are, by the same token, I warn you, raucously dismissive. least they used to be, a fore certain changes.

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Ask Questions or Write an article?

They are different. The forum has a Discussion and Q & A section. You can get to those areas by clicking on the desired link displayed in the upper-right corner of most web pages.

If you have a technical question, place it in the Q & A section. There are many astute members willing and capable of helping.

If you want to DISCUSS something technical, again seeking input from the members, place your comment in the Discussion section of the forum.

If you have a non-technical topic you would like to elicit responses from, please place it in the Water-Cooler section.

Finally, if you would like to write what I call articles or what others consider blog posts, request permission from TechRepublic. That requires contacting Toni Bowers, head editor at TechRepublic.

The best way to accomplish that is to send a message to Ms. Bower, using the Contact link the following web page:;blog-door-river

Side note: I suggest that attention be paid to the comment made by SanteeWelding. It rings true.

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