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The first rule is that Cat Herder's word is law in this forum. This forum is for personal announcements, such as new blog postings, online published articles, etc that you want to announce to the world. You may also post for sale items here, such as if you publish a book that you want to advertise, or a new product that you want to promote. However, you are asked to make a contribution to the forum if you post commercial announcements here. There is no specific amount or frequency of contribution asked for. However, please be reasonable. For instance, a one time 50 cent contribution for daily postings over a few months is not appropriate.

Edited to add:

We reserve the right to create a suggested contribution / ad fee schedule as the need arises.

Second rule:  For anything commercial related, please drop Arbilad or Cat Herder a private message via the forum advising what you want to advertise.    We would like to screen it first to make sure it is appropriate for an LDS values board, just like we all opted to get rid of the... ahem... incompatible ads Activeboard made us view (e.g. Hooters or Online Dating ads) when first starting as a free forum  .  Please wait until we've given you the green light on your product / advertisement before posting it as a new thread.

Out of courtesy, please refrain from derailing threads in this section, limit your response comments to what the opening poster's topic / item is.  Violators will be forced to do a funny walk while being slapped with a fish. 

If you want to let people know about your blog and your latest contribution to the body of classical literature, please do so by opening a new thread here.  No one is ever going to see it if you don't take advantage of tooting your own horn a little! 

-- Edited by Cat Herder at 11:00, 2006-09-26

If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!
- Samuel Adams
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