The Pages hold both administrative functions which keep our blog functioning and functional information for the membership. Unfortunately, the two functional groups are all mixed in a haphazard manner (not haphazard to Word Press itself) and without taking the time to peruse them, there’s information you’ll miss.
Just because something is marked Private, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you don’t have access to read the document. It simply means that was the setting chosen at the time.
The following is a list of the pages in the order they appear. Those highlighted in bold are the ones that will be useful to you.
- Membership Rules
- Guest Bloggers–Superstars
This is for Superstar alumni who are not Fictorians but who wish to blog for us. If you have a Superstar writing a post for you and they’re not on the list, please put their name in. That way, the Membership Committee will know to first check to see if they’ve written three blogs (criteria to be considered) and then to contact that person to see if he/she is interested in becoming a member.
- Guest Bloggers A-L
If you’d like to see who has blogged for us and on what topic, check here, especially if you need guests. You may add the names of your guests to the list.
- Guest Bloggers M-ZIf you’d like to see who has blogged for us and on what topic, check here, especially if you need guests. You may add the names of your guests to the list.
- The Fictorians’ list (Administrative function)
- Theme Images (Administrative function)
- New Member Application (Membership Committee access only)
- Prospective Member (Membership Committee access only)
- How to Coordinate a Month and Work with Guest Bloggers
All the basics for coordinating a month, working with guests bloggers and detailed information to send them an email. Please add to these lists if something has been missed.
- How to Navigate the Pages Section
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- POSTING SCHEDULE
This is where the coordinators note the month they want to do and have a few words about the theme. Here, everyone picks their day, notes their topic or title and then strikes it off once it’s scheduled. This allows coordinators to manage the month and for bloggers to choose their unique angle on topic (we try not to duplicate posts).
- Blog Post Ideas
Add to them and/or use them.
- Contest Ideas
- Twitter Login Information (Administrative)
- Word Press How to Instructions (Administrative)
- Membership Emails – Samples (Membership Committee)
- Links of Interest (Administrative)