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If anybody has a suitable link for the Resources Directory, please send it to me by PM and I'll add it if it's appropriate.


What is appropriate:

  • Links to recognised charities or organisations.
  • Look at the type of links already in the directory and see the sort of sites linked to for an idea of the type of site we'd add.
  • It goes without saying that links must be related or helpful to MS.
  • If it's a link to a site for products or services, it must be one you've had positive personal experience of. When submitting your link, you must describe your positive experience - this will remain private and will not be entered in the listing.

What isn't appropriate:

  • Links to news or similar items. These are "here today, gone tomorrow" links and are better posted in the forum as a topic.
  • Links to personal blogs or websites.
  • Links to social sharing sites.
  • Links advertising a product or service you are personally involved in, or in which you have any form of vested interest, unless it's a recognised or official MS related site.

Most importantly: the directory is not an advertising medium. It's there to provide help and information about MS.

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(belated DX in June '05, SPMS)

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