Introducing the Igorotage community blog. Read, write, and share stories worth spreading.
Welcome to the Igorotage community blog!
We get it, you have an idea you always wanted to share but sometimes struggle where should you share it. Social networking sites? Sure, but limited features. Blogging platforms? Sure, you start your own blog, you incorporate a professional design, make it work, build an audience, and stuffs like that.
But do you have the time? We know you're busy, and when you're not, you're probably spending quality time with your family and friends. Here at Igorotage, we value your time and what you have to say. Start writing, save it, edit it next time, edit it the next day, and publish it when you're done.
We love sharing ideas here at Igorotage. It's good for the site, it's good for the readers, and it's good for you. This community blog can be an outlet for your thoughts, ideas, and a whole lot more. Ready to get started?
We prefer if the reason you are writing is because you have something you very much want to share. You are excited about it. You have enough knowledge on this topic. You're ready to tell people about it.
If that's all true, then exactly what you write about can be within a wide range of topics. Essentially, "anything Igorot". This site focuses mostly about the Igorot identity and the Cordillera region, but we're not opposed to anything as long as it's related — at least somewhat.
If you love writing, but would like the idea of having an assignment to write about, the community has a lot of questions.
The article is intended to promote something of yours.
In that case, you aren't just straight up pitching your product or service, you're writing a useful article for the web, it just so happens to be something that the promotion you'll get from this article is valuable. It can't be overly promotional, but it can be like "I like this restaurant near this place, check it out!" or "I'm writing about this restaurant because of my out of this world experience.".
Blog posts in Igorotage are written using Markdown. Markdown is a minimal syntax for marking up your documents with formatting, using punctuation and special characters. For those new to Markdown, this guide will help you become familiar with the full list of shortcuts and a few of our own additions.
Note: All HTML is valid Markdown. If you're stuck not able to format your content how you would like (for example using tables) you can always use plain HTML instead of Markdown.
Always good: a healthy amount of images, examples, and (related) external links.
Igorotage has always been the best resource when it comes to "anything Igorot". Not to pat our own back but we pride ourselves for building the first and only Igorot community on the web, the first and only social networking site in the Cordillera region, probably the Philippines.
Compose your first article and let's do this.
Note: This feature is
still notfully open to everyone.