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How to Contribute

Contributing Posts

  • Request to become a co-author on Wisconsinnovation.
  • A confirmation link will be emailed to you.
  • If you are new to blogger, establish your user profile.
  • If you have any additional questions about posting, please contact Wisconsinnovation.
Contributing other Content (links, etc)
  • To contribute links, suggestions or requests, please email Wisconsinnovation.

Blogging Guidelines

Posting Best Practices:
Composing Posts:
  • We recommended that you type your posts directly into blogger.
  • If you copy from Word your post will not submit correctly. Please copy into Notepad or your other favorite text editor and then paste that text into the blog.
  • Always capitalize the first and the last word.
  • Capitalize all nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs, and subordinate conjunctions ("as", "because", "although").
  • Lowercase all articles, coordinate conjunctions ("and", "or", "nor"), and prepositions regardless of length, when they are other than the first or last word. (Note: NIVA prefers to capitalize prepositions of five characters or more ("after", "among", "between").)
  • Lowercase the "to" in an infinitive.
  • If your post is long, please use paragraphs to organize your thoughts.
  • Please insert a blank line between paragraphs.
  • Hyperlinks can be used to enrich your post
  • Examples include links to source documents, other blogs, websites, etc
  • To insert a link, please use the link creator button in the text editor instead of pasting URLs into your post.
Word Limit:
  • Posts should be no longer than 30 lines (500 words).
  • If your posts are longer than 30 lines, create a summary that links to the full post as shown below:
1. Click on the "edit html" tab

2. Copy the following code into your post
Here is the beginning of my post. <span class="fullpost">And here is the rest of it.<span>

Now, when a reader visits your blog, this post will appear like this on the home page:

Here is the beginning of my post.
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