This Visionara Academy’s Comment Policy updated on March 20, 2021.
Visionara Academy is a community blog owned by www.visionaracademy.com . This community blog written and edited by the Founder, and does not reflect the views of either employers and/or clients.
The blog post written is either the Founder’s point of view or point of view of Visionara Academy community members. Once it’s in the open, though, it then becomes a shared point of view with you, the readers – and your point of view is what builds the discussions around a post.
Sometimes you’ll agree with Founder or Visionara Academy community; other times, not so much. And that’s what makes the comments after a post such a fervent breeding ground for ideas.
We as community don’t mind if you attack me or Visionara Academy community members in your views. We appreciate your views and it shows to us that you’re passionate about a topic – and we would never discourage passion. Hence, let’s have it open and unfiltered (although keeping it respectful would be nice).
We are a community of Women Influencers, Teachers, Entrepreneurs, Pageant Aspirants, Digital Coaches & more and firm believers of open comment policy; we don’t moderate before publication, because we feel that stints genuine interaction and conversation. Going by the conversations that have happened over the months, it would appear that most agree.
Let’s play nice and keep it that way. Like we say, attack us if you wish – as the instigator of discussion, we are open to all views and words. But let’s treat the guests (and that includes you) nicely. Otherwise, you will be moderated and deleted where we feel it’s applicable. Continue to be abusive and you will be banned.
The same goes for comments that include slanderous or libelous statements. As the owner of this community blog, I’m responsible for what’s posted here, so I won’t allow allegations that could result in legal action – these comments will be removed.
And let’s keep the bigotry, hate, sexism, profanity and all that other fun stuff off here too. You want that, hit up TechCrunch, YouTube or similar. Oh, and no affiliate links in the comments, please – instead, feel free to point to any blog posts you’ve written about a particular affiliate program. Sound fair?
Oh – and one more thing. Real names only, please – no SEO-driven keyword names. You get a link back to your site anyway thanks to the Do-Follow arrangement here, so there’s no need to go double SEO on me.
Names that are blatant linkbait will be edited.