After receiving some inquires on who can or who cannot post articles on the SomersettUnited website, I thought it timely to address this issue once again. The short answer is any Association member may post an article. However, there are rules that apply and are contained within the “About” page on this website. These are repeated below:
Blog Posts and Comment Submittals
Somersett Association Members who wish to submit an article for Posting may do so by emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submitted Posts should not be longer than 400 words (flexible), in good taste and without engaging in personal attacks or use of profane language. Articles submitted for Posting must contain a Title and the name of the Author. Article content should be limited to issues pertaining to Somersett Community affairs.
Reader comments on Blog Posts are also solicited. To leave a comment, simply click on the “leave a comment” or “comment” link at the end of each Post, fill out the “leave a reply” box and submit. All comments are subject to moderation before posting. That is, only to insure no libelous, profane or personal attack content, if so, the commenter will be notified and asked to reword and resubmit. Commenters names are preferred. However, if confidentiality is desired for any reason, anonymous or pseudonyms may be used.
No Personal, Business or Political advertisements will be entertained either in posting or commenting. Adds for non-profit events may be considered.
Unless a submitted post violates the intent of the preceding, SU will not edit or fact check the content of a submitted post and will publish the article as written. It is not SU’s policy to censor the opinions of others whether or we agree or disagree with the content.
Therefore, it should be understood that the views and opinions expressed in articles or comments posted by others on this website are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the policy or opinions of SU.
SomersettUnited Editor and Webmaster