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Here are the top ten articles for the Editor Assistance Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. FAQ : Using a Short URL
BellaOnline has short URL options for every site in the network. So for example if you run the Low Carb site, you can get to your main page with the shortcut http://lowcarb.bellaonline.com.
2. 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.
3. Image for Facebook
When an article is featured on Facebook, either by you or by any of your visitors, it can have an image to go with it. Here is how you do that.
4. Launch Status - Post Graduation
When you graduate from our BellaOnline training program, you are now a launching editor! You gain access to many fun, new menu items, and the full editor forum as well.
5. Using HTML In your Articles
You don't have to use HTML to write your articles - you can simply write straight text. But sometimes you'll want to have something bolded or italicized. Here are your instructions.
6. Courses - Lessons
Once you set up the basics of your course, itīs time to begin adding lessons.
7. Writing Articles - Choosing your Title
One of the most important parts of your article is the title that you choose for it. This is how people find it, bookmark it, and are enticed to click on it.
8. 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.
9. Building your Social Network Following
OK, so you have your Facebook fan page set up. You have your Twitter page set up. How do you maximize your precious time so you spend only a few minutes and reap the best possible results? Here's the steps.
10. Launch Stage 1
When an editor finishes with basic training, they move into launch stage. This three month period is where an editor hones their skills and learns how to manage a website and web community.
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