This page is for discussing the contents of Markzware FlightCheck.
The contents of Markzware FlightCheck have been merged into the the main Markzware page.
This page reads like marketing lit. Information about FlightCheck could be rolled into the Markzware page. —AdamDewitz
Maybe it could be toned down a bit, however FlightCheck was basically one the first preflight tools on the market and the term preflight is often simply called flightcheck or "flightchecking" even though that is a verbalization of a trademarked term. I will edit it to see if it can be less marketing like...
This set off my spam radar because of the many links to (or mentions of) the same site or product. Going through an article and adding the name of your product to every paragraph where it seems relevant is just going to bring out the redactors.
Review your intentions. PrintWiki is not a space for personal promotion or the promotion of your products. If you're here to tell readers how great something is, or to get exposure for an idea or product, you're in the wrong place. Likewise, if you're here to make sure that PrintWiki cites you as the authority on something you'll probably be disappointed.
Contribute cited text, not bare links. PrintWiki is an encyclopedia, not a link farm. If you have a source to contribute, first contribute some facts that you learned from that source, then cite the source. Don't simply direct readers to another site for the useful facts; add useful facts to the article, then cite the site where you found them. You're here to improve PrintWiki — not just to funnel readers onto some other site. (If not, see above.)
Don't make a new article for your own product or Web site. If the community believes your products bear the merrit they deserve, the community will make those pages.