Mediate.com Featured Blogs Policies

This policy statement governs the selection and operation of Mediate.com Featured Blogs located at www.mediate.com/Blogs.

1. Inclusion

Blogs are included, or not, as a Mediate.com Featured Blog upon recommendation and in the sole discretion of the Editors of Mediate.com and Resourceful Internet Solutions, Inc. Blogs are included if they address an area of interest in the mediation community, if they are well-written, and if the author has displayed an interest in blogging continuously and consistently. If interested in being considered, send a request, including a link to your blog, to editor(at)mediate.com.

Mediate.com retains the right to edit your blog for consistency, clarity, grammar, and to remove external links and/or graphics that detract from the text, sell a practice or product, or make it difficult for mobile readers.

2. Continuance

The fact that a blog is selected as a Mediate.com Featured Blog does not guarantee inclusion of this blog in this program for any specific time period. Blogs may be deselected and no longer included as Mediate.com Featured Blogs at any time in the sole discretion of the Mediate.com Editors.

3. Required Graphic

So long as a blog is included in the Mediate.com, Featured Blog program it must post the provided graphic “Mediate.com Featured Blog”  be linked to the url www.mediate.com/Blogs.  This graphic must appear in the first screen visible at the top of each Featured Blog.

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