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Just wondering if its allowed to advertise your blog like,

Regards, Michael (http://sp2013-blog.com)

User is posting it on most of his posts.

For example, How to fix “A SharePoint server is not installed on this computer” in SharePoint 2013

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Signatures are just noise. The profile page is where you should put all this stuff. There is a link to it from every post you make on the site.

Here's the FAQ:

Please don’t use signatures or taglines in your posts, or they will be removed.

Every post you make is already “signed” with your standard user card, which links directly back to your user page.

For one-offs they can be edited out. If anyone is persistently doing this they can be contacted by a moderator if necessary.


Regards, best wishes and felicitations,

SPDoctor

My sig quote: A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step, but there is still approximately a thousand miles to go.

My awesome blog site URL is at SPDoctor.net; please click on it because I check the traffic stats every day.

Sent from my computer.

Oops, did I go too far?

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Allowed is a funny word. Signatures in general are frowned upon and generally get edited out. This one seems particularly spammy.

The rule to follow is: only include information in your answer that is relevant. If that is a link to your personal blog, go for it.

Generic links to your blog should go in your personal profile.

Check out the FAQ question from SO Meta for more information.

Are taglines & signatures disallowed?

  • I agree, but if a user is posting it in every single post, I think they should be informed then editing ten's of there posts, I guess. – Muhammad Raja Apr 16 '13 at 21:26

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