Answers to Frequently asked questions (FAQ) about posting here on Anchorage Memories.
All posts submitted must be family-friendly, contain no profanity, inflammatory or libelous content.
You retain the copyright to your posts and are free to publish them anywhere else.
Anchorage Memories.com does not pay for posts (articles). By submitting your posts (articles) to Anchorage Memories.com, you waive your right to payment of any kind.
Q Can I leave comments on posts I read here?
A Yes! We encourage you to leave appropriate comments on the stories you read here.
*You'll find easy commenting forms at the end of most stories.
Q Are comments moderated?
A Yes, we moderate all comments and stories that are submitted.
Q What kind of posts do you accept?
A We accept posts about your memories of Anchorage, Alaska. Whether you used to live in Anchorage or still live there.
Q Will my post be published “as is”, or will it be edited?
A All submissions are reviewed before being posted and may be edited as deemed necessary.
*Remember, all posts must be family-friendly and contain no profanity.
Q Will I be notified when my post is accepted on Anchorage Memories.com?
A Yes, you have the option to receive an email letting you know that your post has been accepted.
Q What if I want to remove my post from your website at a later date?
A Because you retain the copyright to your post, Anchorage Memories.com will remove your post at your request.
Q How often may I post?
A You may post as frequently as you like. The more, the merrier.
Q Can I upload pictures to go with my post?
A Yes, it's easy to upload pictures along with your posts. You can upload up to 4, But you must own the pictures you upload. You cannot use pictures that are copyrighted by others.
*Check out this picture example
Q Is there a length requirement for posts?
A Yes, if you submit something that is only a few paragraphs in length, we can't publish your submission. Our website visitors enjoy reading full-length stories, so make sure you give them a complete story.
There is no length requirement for comments
Pick the most appropriate story page, visit the page, and scroll down. You'll discover a very easy-to-use form where you can post your story. You'll also be able to upload pictures for your story if you have them.
Just a Few Story Pages:
Anchorage Alaska Stories - great memories of people, places, and things in Anchorage
Fur Rondy - Anchorages winter festival and sled dog races
The Varsity Show - Anchorages teen TV dance program
Coke Show Memories - back to the Bun Drive-in with Anchorage DJ Ron Moore
Great Alaskan Earthquake - 1964 Good Friday Earthquake survivor stories
Anchorage Alaska Restaurants - stories, recipes, and cooking Alaska style
With all your questions answered, you're all set to start writing your stories and sharing them with our website visitors.
You're going to enjoy writing about your Anchorage Memories.
We can hardly wait to read your stories.