01-18-2008, 09:39 AM
Join Date: Jul 2007
The New Articles Section on DS!
Ladies and gentlemen (the few and proud),
How many times have you come across a question about cloth-diapering or Diaperswappers that you wish someone could answer for you? How many times have you heard people ask a question about a topic and wished that someone would just write a how-to or tutorial about it? Well, here is our chance to do just that!
Diaperswappers is in the construction phase of a new Articles Section! This will be a place where members can come and get information on basic things like posting to more advanced topics like knitting and what wool products are the best.
This is where you all, our wonderful community, gets to participate. We will be looking for original articles from you that you feel will be of assistance to others. More specifically, we will be selecting articles that are well written, in English, and that cover topics in the cloth-diapering environment. Topics pertaining to how the site works are also welcome.
Some ideas are:
- How to Sell items
- How to post pictures - using the Image Uploader and other methods
- Cloth Diaper Wash Routines
- What to do about Ammonia Stink
- The purpose of using wool
- Good night-time diapers
- Types of covers
- Types of diapers
- Favorite Detergents
- Guide to soaker/longie knitting
- Favorite wools and needles
- Topics on Parenting
- Topics on Child Care
- Topics on Baby Care
- Topics on Baby Health
- Topics on Healthy Pregnancies
If you feel that you can write an article about these topics or others, please PM me and let me know which topic you will be writing about. When our articles section goes live, you will of course be given credit for the article.
Keep in mind that all submitted articles become the property of Diaperswappers.com. This is standard with any board or community. However, for those of you that will commit to long term writing (one article per month) you will receive the Site Supporter status absolutely free!
If you have ever wanted to share your insight and experiences with cloth-diapering, being a parent, dealing with health concerns, then this is your chance. What a great way for the community to benefit from each other.