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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Editor Assistance Site! These are the top ten articles that your Editor Assistance Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Training Stage
Every applicant in the BellaOnline network begins with basic training. This training ensures the trainee understands the basics of plagiarism and copyright law, and then provides basic instruction on how to use our website interface.
2. General Editor Standards
BellaOnline is a loose organization of people all enthusiastic about their topics. We try to be as hands-off and helpful as possible! We´ve only got a few guidelines to follow.
3. Sweepstakes and Contest Basics
Sweepstakes and contests can seem like they're found everywhere on the web. We're so used to hearing about Vegas that it can be hard to remember sometimes that gambling is illegal in many areas, and carries strict penalties.
4. *Adding Graphics to Your Articles
The old adage "a picture is worth a thousand words" is certainly true. Learn to add graphics to your articles.
5. Full Editor Status
An editor should feel extremely proud to reach full editor status in the BellaOnline network! This level of achievement indicates the editor not only was able to master the intricacies of maintaining a site and forum, but was also able to work on a weekly writing schedule. That is no easy task!
6. HTML Editors
Here is a list of HTML editors. Some free, some not.
7. Keywords and Descriptions
Every article comes with a spot to enter keywords and descriptions. Here are tips on using those fields to get you the most possible readers from search engines.
8. Editor Advertising Basics
These are the basics of how an editor is allowed to earn money and advertise on BellaOnline.
9. FAQ - How to Request a Sabbatical
As much as editors intend to keep their site fresh and active, sometimes life interferes. Here is how to handle that situation.
10. Subjects and Links - zzzRecycleThisLink
Subject categories are the holding bins that you see on the left side of your site homepage. Links are the actual links to articles and webpages that are shown in each category. If you have extra subject categories and links, here is how you handle them.
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