[New dotTech Feature] Have a freebie, program, website, service, etc. you want to share with the world? Now you can through dotTech’s Community Content section!

Here on dotTech we have a forum where users can share information regarding programs, websites, freebies, etc. However, many posts on the forums go unnoticed, regardless of how good the freebie/program/website/etc. may be. Therefore, I have decided to introduce a new section on dotTech: Community Content.

The idea behind Community Content is to allow dotTechies to share information with other dotTechies, without being limited to the forums. Any submission to the Community Content part of dotTech will appear like a regular blog post on dotTech’s homepage. All Community Content articles will be clearly marked with a [CC] in the title, and full credit will be given to the person submitting the article.

The rules of Community Content are simple…

All submissions must be in English, no advertisements, no fake reviews, or self promotion. No illegal, adult, or offensive content either. In regards to freebies, keep them legit. For security purposes, no images or videos are allowed on user submissions. You may, however, provide links as you please.

…and the best part is, you don’t even have to register on dotTech to submit an article!

So, be part of the community – publish your own article on dotTech today!

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5 comments

  1. jayesstee

    @Ashraf: What’s happened to “Community Content”?
    Following the link to: http://dottech.org/submit-content
    results in the following message:

    “Not Found

    Apologies, but we were unable to find what you were looking for. Perhaps searching will help.”

    I couldn’t find it yesterday so I submitted a tip via the ‘Share a Tip with Us’ link below the Title Bar, but of course that doesn’t allow images.
    Has [CC] dropped off, or have you pensioned it off?

  2. Josh

    Love sites like dotTech where you can submit remarks and articles or offer advice without having to register. I hate when I land on a site where somebody is looking for help about a problem with which I recently had to deal. There is usually a comment window. After spending time typing in my penny’s worth and clicking submit, I am confronted by a compulsory registration page. Oh well, it’s their loss, because I just go away. Don’t see my way open to register on almost every website in existence. Wonder how much productivity is lost this way. Anyway, good for you, dotTech!

  3. jayesstee

    @Ashraf: This a brilliant idea – it will revive the site without you having to employ your team of “Ashrafs”. There was a team wasn’t there? You could possibly authored by yourself, all those reviews and posts that appeared prior to your recent low profile period!