I call these Your Pages because that's exactly what they are: written by, for and about you, our visitors. This is where you'll find opportunities to make your own contribution to my website.
Do you want to share stories about your green lifestyle?
Do you want to give advice on how to go green?
Is there any general information that you would like to contribute to this site?
I am offering you the opportunity to write an article for my website, about anything that appertains to climate change or other environmental issues.
You'll also be able to see and comment on what other visitors have written.
Firstly, any bad quality articles will be automatically deleted. Please keep in mind that the Climate Change Guide receives a lot of submissions.
It is important that you follow these guidelines if you want your article to be published.
All links should be placed at the bottom of the webpage. In addition, there should be a link to at least one good quality source.
Furthermore, there is no need for any html code. In fact, all you need to do is just copy and paste the links to the end of the submission.
You could have links to your Facebook Page, website, or YouTube channel. However, they should be placed at the end of the submission.
There should be at least one good quality image.
In addition, if you can place the link (at the bottom of the submission) to a YouTube, Facebook, or Vimeo video, it would be very appreciated.
Essentially, an article that has at least one good quality video will be better than an article that has none. Once again, you only need to place the links to videos at the bottom of the submission and you don't need to worry about code.
If you really need a link to be placed inside the content, add them in parentheses in the location you would like it to be. As mentioned before, it is preferable if you have links at the bottom of the page.
In addition, you could have a "Sources" section at the bottom of the article.
Furthermore, try to minimize the amount of links per article (a few is better than many).
There is no need to worry about font (including bold, underline or italics).
However, the article should at least be 300 words and should not be excessively long (like over 1500 words).
In addition, we prefer English (US) as a standard since this website reaches an international audience.
Furthermore, we strongly recommend that you write your article first in software such as Word. In addition, we highly recommend that you use Grammarly (free version or premium version).
It's crucial that you first take a look at several submissions and several regular articles on the Climate Change Guide.
Essentially, you will notice that there are small paragraphs which are divided by headlines. It's important that you follow this standard because we are not very likely to accept new articles which have very long paragraphs with no headlines to divide groups of paragraphs.
Please make sure that you read the guidelines above in addition to the submission guidelines which is in the form itself.
Once your article is published, it will appear in what's new. As a result, you will be able to share it.
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