Posted 10 months ago
As i am a new member here, i may be posting something irrelivent or breaking some rules unknowingly. First and foremost i want to apologise for the above mentioned things, if i've done anywhere,anytime. Secondly , i want to know what kind of topics can i post here for discussion, is there any special category to be discussed?? I am not just a new one here but infact i'm new to blogging only, i am a writer from just three,four months. Thirdly i consider we all are family members of indiblogger family, some may be younger in age, somw elder and some of my age. I am exactly thirty yeard old and i love to blog and make friends online. Elders scoldings and suggestions are gems ,so please you can always tell my mistakes and point me out if m wrong somewhere. My younger mates, for you i am always there whole heartedly when you need. me. People of my age, i want to tell you i am a true and trustable friend!! Looking forward to see my new mates!! Nothing without you!!!!
@Senoraroy- You are not allowed to share links of your blog/blgposts/indivine posts in the forum. It is meant for discussion among bloggers. Although, you can ask for your blog reviews here : http://www.indiblogger.in/forum/reviews.php
This post might helo you: http://www.indiblogger.in/forum/topic.php?id=8681
also this one: http://www.indiblogger.in/forum/topic.php?id=859
Thank you. :)Keep blogging
@Senoraroy- Welcome to the Indiblogger Family. Keep blogging.
Thank you so much avinash and harsh ....i am glad to be a part of a place where so friendly people like you are there!!:)
There are no hard and fast rules except that don't shamelessly self promote or flame people. Otherwise generally in any new forum it is advisable to just hang around, browse through and reply to existing threads to get a feel of the forum and the people before starting ones of your own. That is some forums implement a rule of 10 posts before you can start your own thread.
Also for queries etc., it is good to search if there is already a thread and revive rather than starting a new one. That way all the old information can also be used in the discussion and repetetion and redundancy can be avoided.
Thats true!! Thank you!!
Well ,,,welcome !
Locking the thread as Mission accomplished