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demetri 06-04-2007 09:49 PM

Question about posting policy
Hi, I have a question about your posting policy that I couldn't totally resolve based on your terms of service. Here it is:

A friend and I recently started a food-oriented website, and we're trying to get some feedback from "real world people"; we're trying to get the most genuine feedback possible, and that's why we're interested in food forum communities.

The question is, would it be ok for us to post a request for feedback in one of the forums on Discuss Cooking? In case it matters, our site is not commercial (we don't even serve advertisements, much less sell anything).

As I run a website myself, I'm totally aware of the problem of fighting spam, and also with abusive posters linking to advertisements and other commercial sites. I don't want to abuse Discuss Cooking, or its users, but I would really appreciate some feedback from anyone interested in offering it.

So, in a nutshell, would it be ok to post a request for feedback?


Katie H 06-04-2007 09:58 PM

Thank you for asking, demetri. I think the best answer I can offer is that you pose your question in the form of a Personal Message (PM) to one of our Site Administrators. They will be able to give you a more comprehensive answer.

Please direct your query to either Alix, GB or kitchenelf. They will be more able to answer.

mudbug 06-05-2007 02:50 PM

Bienvenue, demetri. You could also post a link to your website in your signature line.

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