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Golf community - Profiles, blogs and forums
This guide will help outline some of the community aspects of the golfshake.com site.
To write your own blog go to your home page and click on the "write a golf blog" box in the pink right hand menu shown below:
This will take you through to a blank page:
Create a title in the title box, enter your text into the Post box. Images can be uploaded using the ibrowser icon highlighted by the red box above. Then tick the boxes for where you would like your blog to be accessed i.e on the main site, promote your blog, and to tell your buddies that you have posted a new blog.
The information is then available to anyone with access to the internet and all Golfshake users, the site also displays the latest diary/blog posts and any comments.
Golf Forum's can be used to ask the community questions, to get a debate up and running or simply to make contact with other members.
You do not need to be logged into the Golfshake system to read what is going off on the site or the golfing world. However, only registered users are able to post new messages or reply to forum's and this information is tracked directly against your Golfshake profile so you can see who is answering your post or asking the questions.
Click here to add a new golf forum.