Flexpertise actively encourages user participation, submissions, guest posts, reviews and discussion and provides various options and avenues (see below) for this to occur.
Guest Posts and Argumentative Posts aim also to promote the person or organization who has submitted the Guest Post or Argumentative Post, by providing a short author bio details section and provision for a backlink to their site.
The primary areas of focus for workplace flexibility submitted posts should be on CORPORATE –
The options and avenues available to participate and discuss are:
- News / Blogs: Flexpertise, from time to time, will publish posts on
issues relevant to the site.
- Guest Posts: To submit a Guest Post, a user needs to navigate to a submit form located at ‘chat & engage/guest posts/submit guest posts’ and complete the identified fields. A user does not need to have registered or to login to submit a guest post. A guest post will be moderated by the Site Administrator, before it is published and the conditions for submitting a guest post are contained within the form.
- Argumentative Posts: An Argumentative Post differs from a Guest Post as it is aimed at having a balanced and considered discussion around a proposition or statement by identifying and acknowledging contrary arguments to a proposition and to provide an assessment of which argument is the most persuasive to the user. To submit an Argumentative Post, a user needs to navigate to a submit form located at ‘chat & engage/argumentative posts/submit argumentative posts’ and complete the identified fields. A user does not need to have registered or to login to submit an argumentative post. An argumentative post will be moderated by the Site Administrator before it is published and the conditions for submitting an argumentative post are contained within the submission form.