One of the great things about The Chalk Bucket is that each thread turns into a resource on its topic. When people search for particular gymnastics topics on the net, we want our threads to pop up. We also want to give a good first impression. In order for this to happen, we need to follow a couple of simple rules.
- Use correct spelling and grammar
- Correct spelling, grammar, capitalization, and punctuation is a must. When fellow gymnastics fans stumble across our threads, we want to give a good first impression. This is a place for educated discussions about gymnastics, so please, no AOL talk (ie. i luv u cuz ur gr8!)
- Break your thoughts into paragraphs
- Think about what you are going to say before you say it. Organize your thoughts into key points. Make each of your key points a new paragraph. Sometimes this can be tough, but it makes our site much more readable.
- Create descriptive titles
- The titles of the threads are extremely important. If you title your thread wrong, nobody will find it and respond to it. Think about what you would search for to find what you are asking. If you are looking for help with a glide kip, a good title would be "Glide Kip Drills". An example of a bad title would be "i need help".
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