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Posted Thursday, April 10, 2014 12:10 AM
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I'll also add that if you've never written an article before or if you want some good examples of articles, click on "Articles" on the left side of your screen and peruse the 4 and 5 star articles for the good examples and also check out the lower rated articles, especially in the discussions that follow because that's where peoople explain why they rated the article high or low.

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Interesting Stuff.. I will try to post the articles I prepare for my website too here @ sqlservercentral . quick question, is there an approval process or so, or just follow the instructions on the link?

Good Luck :) .. Visit www.sqlsaga.com for more t-sql code snippets and BI related how to articles.
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I will also suggest, if you've never written an article for publication before, ask someone to look over it before you submit it. Take that person's comments and review/rewrite as necessary. No one writes error-free first time, not even experienced authors.


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I will try to post the articles I prepare for my website too here @ sqlservercentral . quick question, is there an approval process or so, or just follow the instructions on the link?


Blog syndication's a different thing to what I suspect Steve's asking for here.

From the "terms of contribution":
We ask for 90 days exclusive distribution rights on anything that we pay for, as well as perpetual publication rights. After the 90 days is up you are free to submit your article elsewhere, but it will still be live on SQL Server Central in perpetuity. We also accept articles published elsewhere, but it is your responsibility to ensure that this does not conflict with the rights of the original publisher. We do not pay for these articles.


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We don't pay for blogs, but we also don't edit them or make many demands. Blogs should be in English, and we are more likely to accept the blog for syndication if you publish regularly.



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Posted Thursday, April 10, 2014 1:13 PM


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@GilaMonster,

Thanks for that. I am actually trying to write articles here @ sqlservercentral as well. Only question is, can I also write the same article at my own website?


Good Luck :) .. Visit www.sqlsaga.com for more t-sql code snippets and BI related how to articles.
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