About ArtKlemme-VC
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I am 55 years old, an on disability. I was diagnosed with cancer about two years ago and had to have my left leg and

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I am just curious, we have created a sports page site, and it is mainly a news style, could you all look at it and tell me if you feel when we leave images out if it will hurt

Was looking to your site, the article is not so long, so for me it looks good. ( But I`m not an expert, Yet ) :):)

Thank You, that is what I am looking for, what do normal everyday people see when landing on one of our sites.

I do check you site. Please try to separate and split your first paragraph into two or more paragraph.

Regards

Thank you for the input, that is what I am looking to figure out.

Yes they are and I always put at least 1 for every 500 words.

Thank you, I did kind of feel that way myself, just not sure how to always get good images that I am allowed to use.

I think you need images wherever possible.

can you find some pictures of a hoop maybe and a photo of the box score and shot chart would make it work

I had been doing some of that, just not sure what I am allowed to use and what I am not allowed to use, and if I have to give credit to where I got the original photo.

Images are important here is a link to where to get them, Randy

Thanks, I will look into it.

if you want to attract my attention to the copy and whatever you are writing about, you some images of the action, especially in a sports-related blog!

That is what I thought, just have some trouble at times finding relevant photos that I feel I can use.

What we do is not really easy or can be accomplished quickly every time.

Have you contacted the Spurs' front office and asked them what images they can offer or places they suggest you can get them from?

no, had not thought of that would figure i am two small for them

They, as a business would like all of the attention they can get.

Their press office probably authorizes images through some third party platform that you would be able to access;

Just ask them! (You are not trying to paint them in an unfavorable light, are you?)

just covering the play from our perspective as a fan.

Images should be added if possible as they enhance content significantly!

My thoughts as well, wanted to get other peoples thoughts on the topic. I want to look like something different than all the other sites out there, while at the same time not trying to reinvent the wheel.

Hey Arthur,

When requesting feedback, we're supposed to go to SiteRix and click on Feedback. See screen print below.

What's wrong with asking here?

In my training it told me to ask a question here and link it to my blog, not trying to do anything I am not supposed to do.

Looks like you're getting lots of feedback Arthur.

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Images are they important for every post?

Images are they important for every post?

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I am just curious, we have created a sports page site, and it is mainly a news style, could you all look at it and tell me if you feel when we leave images out if it will hurt

Was looking to your site, the article is not so long, so for me it looks good. ( But I`m not an expert, Yet ) :):)

Thank You, that is what I am looking for, what do normal everyday people see when landing on one of our sites.

I do check you site. Please try to separate and split your first paragraph into two or more paragraph.

Regards

Thank you for the input, that is what I am looking to figure out.

Yes they are and I always put at least 1 for every 500 words.

Thank you, I did kind of feel that way myself, just not sure how to always get good images that I am allowed to use.

I think you need images wherever possible.

can you find some pictures of a hoop maybe and a photo of the box score and shot chart would make it work

I had been doing some of that, just not sure what I am allowed to use and what I am not allowed to use, and if I have to give credit to where I got the original photo.

Images are important here is a link to where to get them, Randy

Thanks, I will look into it.

if you want to attract my attention to the copy and whatever you are writing about, you some images of the action, especially in a sports-related blog!

That is what I thought, just have some trouble at times finding relevant photos that I feel I can use.

What we do is not really easy or can be accomplished quickly every time.

Have you contacted the Spurs' front office and asked them what images they can offer or places they suggest you can get them from?

no, had not thought of that would figure i am two small for them

They, as a business would like all of the attention they can get.

Their press office probably authorizes images through some third party platform that you would be able to access;

Just ask them! (You are not trying to paint them in an unfavorable light, are you?)

just covering the play from our perspective as a fan.

Images should be added if possible as they enhance content significantly!

My thoughts as well, wanted to get other peoples thoughts on the topic. I want to look like something different than all the other sites out there, while at the same time not trying to reinvent the wheel.

Hey Arthur,

When requesting feedback, we're supposed to go to SiteRix and click on Feedback. See screen print below.

What's wrong with asking here?

In my training it told me to ask a question here and link it to my blog, not trying to do anything I am not supposed to do.

Looks like you're getting lots of feedback Arthur.

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