Steph's Corner
11/8/12 at 04:33 PM 0 Comments

CP Blogs Introduces Changes in the FAQ Page

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The CP Blog Team is committed to maintaining the CP Blog section as a resource for our readers and the Christian community to share ideas, trade information, engage in discussion and thereby build up the body of Christ. To protect this space, the CP Blog Team has updated the FAQ to provide up-to-the-minute advice about the blog page.

Changes included the answers to the questions,

-Can I blog about topics other than religion?

-I just registered for an account with CP blogs. Why can’t I access my Blog Admin page?

-Are there terms and conditions to using CP Blog?

The changes were made in accordance to the newly amended CP Blog, iPost Terms and Conditions of Use largely.

Please note - bloggers who want to level criticism against a particular public figure, pastor, leader and/or ministry to post such criticisms as an op-ed or letter to the editor rather than a blog. Bloggers seeking to publish an op-ed or letter to the editor must email cpsupport@christianpost.com. Please put “Letters to the Editor” in your email’s subject line. If approved the letter will be posted within 48 hours.

CP reserves the right, but not the obligation, to delete, move, or edit any content on CP, CP Blog and iPost, including terminating user accounts that violate this agreement or which are otherwise objectionable as determined by ChristianPost.com in its sole discretion and without notice.

Also note that the CP Blog Team will now take 1-2 weeks to process new blogger registrations. Also keep in mind that completing the registration form does not guarantee that you will be approved as a CP Blogger. The CP Blog Team reviews all applications and approves bloggers at its own discretion. The CP Blog Team will notify approved bloggers via email.

CP Blogs do not necessarily reflect the views of The Christian Post. Opinions expressed are solely those of the author(s).