As you may know InsaneScouter is a large site containing over 5,000 unique pages of content, using around 20 gigs of drive space and made up of a few million lines of code. This site has grown to large for a few of us to continue to manage. We need your help with various tasks.
Here are a few things we may be able to accomplish with your help:
updating old content
re-doing our clip art gallery
create a video Scouting college, where Scouter's from around the nation teach various subjects they specialize in
email service that is a cross between gmail and mail.com but geared for Scouting
a “human resources” feature where Scouters can create a profile and then others can search them out for help on a specific subject or as a regional expert
hold “town hall meetings” providing you direct input in what happens at InsaneScouter
along with a ton of other ideas we have
So how can you help? Well, here are some ideas....
Help spread the word about InsaneScouter by:
forward the newsletter to your Scouting friends
at Scouting functions tell others about us
tell your Scouting friends about us
add a link or graphic to InsaneScouter from your Scouting website <promote us link>
print out the flyers on the promote us page <promote us link> to hand out at roundtable and trainings
digg or stumble upon pages on the site
post about us on facebook, twitter and myspace
include InsaneScouter as part of your Scouting email footer, simply adding “www.insanescouter.org” could make a big differences
You can volunteer to:
provide us books to add to ScouterBooks.com, as long as we can republish the book its fair game … this site is not limited to just powwow books.
login to your control panel, click add link(s) … to add site(s) for inclusion in the Scouter Links directory
write blog posts
update content (fix spelling, grammar, update old content, etc)
add campgrounds and attractions to KampSpace.com (you will need to signup for a free KampSpace account)
If you have any questions, thoughts, concerns, etc feel free to contact us.
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