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Author Topic: Running a chat or game? Here's how to announce it!  (Read 131 times)
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« on: May 30, 2008, 09:32:10 PM »

Running a chat or game? Here's how to announce it! Doing all of these WILL help you get people to your event!

The list of where, what and how to post!

1) Post on the TM calendar! Just log into the Forums and post an event. Link it to a forum post and you're all set!
http://www.themasque.net/forums/index.php?action=calendar

2) Log into TMP and click either the link or "Add Event. Fill in the information - you *must add a photo. It doesn't matter what the photo is, but you must have one. I use whatever I have on the puter at the time.  http://themasque.ning.com/events/event/new

3) Post on the TM 360. http://360.yahoo.com/eroticmasque Blast or blog, it doesn't matter - but if it' a blast, you might want to wait until around noon the day of the event for it. You may do both. Please see cis or mamma for the log-in and password. Don't log out! Next...

4) go to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/themasque/ and post a new message to the group. Close out of yahoo unless you'd like to announce it on your own blogs/journals and networking groups

5) send an IM to mamma and to cis. We have fairly extensive networking groups that we also post to. We'll pop your event into those when we have a chance.
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