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Old 19-Jan-2005, 06:10
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Offer Posting Guidelines - PLEASE READ


Hello Free Web Hosting Provider,

GIDForums™ welcomes your desire to post about your free web host. Before you do that, please read the following guidelines at least once before attempting to post your offer.

Very quickly, a list of things you should know before you post a Free Web Hosting Offer here:
  • You must always include the url to your free web host within the body. Not in the title nor signature. 'Email only' signups will not be allowed
  • You may post links to a site where your host is being reviewed. Max. 2 links not pointing to a site owned by the free web host.
  • You must always post all the requirement to get the free hosting (e.g. forum posting and if so, minimum posts required etc.)
  • You must always note if there are restictions or limitations (e.g. only 100 account)
  • We do not allow hosts that will block countries/ip's from signing up to advertise here.
  • We do not allow 'Unlimited' packages, there is no such thing as unlimited, there are always limits.
  • You may only post a new thread once a month, you may post a reply in your current thread once a week
Ignoring these simple guidelines will result in your posts being deleted without notice.

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