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  • janicewald
    +4

    Hi, I am new and confused. I posted an article yesterday with no problem. Today, I keep publishing but my new post isn't listed under my profile. Please advise. Thanks. Janice

    • drunkenninja
      +3

      Hi, Janicewald! Have you had a chance to get acquainted with the Snapzu rules?

      • janicewald
        +3

        Although I couldn't find the welcome video, I keep reading the rules. I am guessing I don't have enough experience points to post 2 in 2 days but I can't find that rule anywhere. On the contrary, it seems to say I get experience points BY posting. Thanks for trying to help me. Can you please explain?? Janice

        • drunkenninja
          +2

          Oh you definitely can post 2 snaps in 2 days, actually you can post as much as you like as long as you're following the 10% self promotion rule.

          Here is rule #2:

          Self-promotion IS allowed, but we ask that you follow the 10% sharing rule. If over 10% of your contributions to Snapzu consist of submitting links to a site(s) that you own or otherwise benefit from in some way (such as your blog/business/website), and additionally if you do not participate in discussions, or reply to people’s comments, you may be viewed as a spammer.