Heard of a Great Tip, How-To, or Seen an Interesting Website?

You don't need to be a geek or a technical expert to submit a How-To or a cool tip to Watching The Net. Everyone is welcome and I'm always happy to hear from our readers who visit WTN.

What's In It For You?

Well, if you have a website, blog, or any kind of home page (MySpace, Facebook, etc…) on the Internet, you can include a bio of your self with a link to your site at the end of the article.

If you don't have a site, include the bio and email the article link to your family or friends and impress them with your expertise!

To have your tip or How-To approved:

1) Send me an email to —>  wtn ((at)) watchingthenet ((dot)) com   with the Subject: Article Submission

2) Either include the article (with screen shots if needed) or an idea of a tip or How-To that you may be thinking of (it can be anything technology related, or even a review of a tech product or website).

3) If approved, I will contact you with details, or of any changes need to made. Once the article is ready, it will be schedule for posting.

4) And of course for the important stuff: By submitting a comment, How-To or tip to Watching The Net, you relinquish any rights of ownership and agree that we can rephrase, reword, modify, correct or rewrite your material without limitation or constraint.

Have A Technical or Internet Related Question?

Whatever it is, ask me a question. If I can answer it, I'll be glad to post the answer for you.

You're welcome to write as much as you'd like when asking a technical question, please make sure to include sufficient detail so I can fully understand your question.

I'll do my best to address your question in a timely fashion.

Just fill out the contact form with your information and please include your email in case I need to contact you!

By submitting a question or comment to Watching The Net.com you relinquish any rights of ownership of your question and agree that I can rephrase, reword, modify, correct or repurpose your material without limitation or constraint. Don't worry, though, it's just part of how I pick which questions to answer and rephrase questions to be as broadly applicable as possible..

See You On The Net

-Mike
Founder – www.watchingthenet.com