SmallBusiness.com: The free small business resource
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|A Newbie||Gregoryssimp||0||07:19, 6 February 2013|
|How to promote collaboration on small business dot com?||Online||1||18:27, 9 August 2010|
|Get credit for creating or editing an entry||Rex||0||17:40, 12 January 2010|
|Welcome to the new Community Forum||Rex||1||19:52, 10 December 2009|
My name is Gregorys simp. As a new member I want to participate here to discuss with different topics and sharing new things.
Thank you Gregorys simp
How to promote collaboration on small business dot com?
I haven't been here in ages.
I'd like to hear what other members of this community think about how people can use the tools available on website to collaborate more effectively -- and/or perhaps what additional tools might be desired. Any thoughts?
ps / note: Even though my focus is on information retrieval (aka "search" + how to find information), I'm just a regular user / member like anyone else ;)
Get credit for creating or editing an entry
It has taken us a while, but we've added back a section at the bottom of entries that has a link to the User profiles of the person who created the entry and all those who have edited it. This is another reason to create a User profile so that the link goes to a page where you can tell more about yourself and your company.
Note: If you don't see a credit listing, it may mean that the entry was created as a part of a "data dump" from a previous version of SmallBusiness.com. Also, on some entries that are directory listings, there may not be a credit attribution.
Welcome to the new Community Forum
We've spruced up the Community Portal and have added a MediaWiki extension that is supposed to make the Discussion threads work a little more like forums you find anyplace but on Wikipedia or other wikis that run on the MediaWiki platform. If you're not familiar with SmallBusiness.com -- every page on the site is a Forum. If you are logged in, you can start a discussion on any page. This forum, however, is intended to be a place where you can discuss projects on SmallBusiness.com -- or anything about the site, itself. I'll be happy to answer any questions you have.