Who is allowed to write articles on Fanalistas?
Are their rules about the type of content that is allowed on Fanalistas (Content Standards)?
What is a Story and how do I write one?
What is a Top 5 and how do I write one?
How do I add pictures to my Story or Top 5?
How do I add videos to my Story or Top 5?
Does Fanalistas pay writers?
How long should my article be?
What happens after I publish my article?
Why is my article not showing up on the front page/league page/team page?
Why isn’t my article showing up on the pages I tagged it with?
How do I get more readers?
How should I choose a Category for my article?
How do I add tags to my article?
What are the guidelines for assigning tags to an article?
Can I add my blog on Fanalistas?
How do Writer Rankings work?
What can I do if I see offensive comments on my article or other articles?
I have a problem with another Fanalistas Member. What can be done?
How do I report a Story or Top 5? (offensive, copied, etc.)
How do I delete comments from my article?
Who is allowed to comment on articles on Fanalistas?
How do I comment on an article?
Can the author of an article delete my comment?
How do I join a Community?
How do I become a fan of an author?
What is Cheering and how do I do it?
Uploading a Picture from your Computer
Click on the "Upload" link to select this option. Then click on "Choose File" and select the image that you want to upload from your computer. Next click on "Transfer".
Uploading a Picture from the Internet
Click on the "Remote URL" link to select this option. Search the internet for a picture that you would like to upload - there is a Google Images Search box to the right of the form to help you do this. Once you have found an image you like, right click on that image, and select "View Image" or "Copy Image URL". If you selected "View Image" copy the URL from the browser window in which the image appears, and paste it into the picture upload form. If you selected "Copy Image URL", simply paste the URL into the picture upload form. Then press "Transfer".
If you do not see your article featured on the page that you tagged it with, you can find it in the archives of that section. You can view the archives by clicking the "archives" link located in sub menu bar at the top of any page, apart from the front page.
- Post your articles to your Facebook Profile Page and/or Twitter Account.
- Consistently produce timely, accurate, engaging and comprehensive content.
- Engage in conversation, debate, and discussion with other members of Fanalistas.
If your story is about more than one team or competition, select the broadest possible category. You can then ensure that the story also appears on the pages of the competitions or teams it mentions by the appropriate use of tags.
Once you have become someone's fan their picture will appear under the "Favourite Writers" section of your profile page. Similarly, if someone has become your fan, they will appear under the "Fans" section of your profile page.
You should also show your appreciation of an article, by encouraging others to read it, by liking it on Facebook or by Tweeting it.