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It's simple and easy to make a post into this website.
If you are making a first time post, click on an upload (below) and 'Become A Member' to give your self a login. The return to this 'Posts' page and make your entry.
Decide which page type is best, click to make a post and complete the form.
It pays to have your copy ready before you post, or type directly to the page. The best format for copy is a Word file. Some files may corrupt the web page in posting, especially if cut from an email or another website. In such cases, copy the file to Notepad, or similar, then transfer.
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TIP: Make every post display a thing of beauty by uploading a relevant Signature Image from your computer. Try to use a different image for each post to make them distinctive. The image is automatically cropped to a small square so you might pre-crop or just allow the auto-cropping to happen for you.
TIP: If you want your post to stand out, become an advertising copywriter and use interesting headlines to grab attention. For example, where you have a headline saying, 'Our awards ceremony' consider something that begs to be read, such as 'You can't beat a good prize-giving in the Taranaki.'
Notes about selecting Categories when loading posts
Your post maybe displayed in more than one place in this website and broadcast to other Flightdec enabled websites. This is triggered by your selection of up to 4 selections in the Categories dropdown. For example, if you select Advocacy Campaigns, and/or a location of Wellington, your post will automatically find its way to those particular areas.
CLICK TO MAKE A BLOG: Informal or conversational in style, typically about personal opinions and experiences. Access previous posts, here.
CLICK TO MAKE AN ARTICLE: More formally written than a blog and might be longer (think mag articles). Access previous posts, here.
CLICK TO POST SPEECH NOTES: Give your speech life beyond the day and access to others. Access previous posts, here.
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CLICK TO MAKE A MEDIA RELEASE: Regarded as PR information provided to 'traditional media outlets'. Access previous posts, here.
CLICK TO MAKE A NEWS ITEM: Allows you to present your ‘latest news’ items or links to outside stories. Access previous posts, here.
CLICK TO MAKE AN EVENT LISTING: An event, with all details, for