I quit smoking by using an e-cig and was going to write about my experience, different types, kind of a how to on quitting smoking.
There is category in health in beauty on quitting smoking, but once I started writing the article I got a warning message stating that articles promoting tobacco or e-cigs are against policy.
Is an article about using e-cigs to quit smoking against the policy ( as there is a category for quitting smoking) or is it only against policy if I am using the article to promote the sale of e-cigs to benefit a company that I had vested interest in?
The policy is not very clear, and as for the the change from smoking to E-cigs, I would like to spread the word.
You may be able to get an answer from the staff here by contacting them at firstname.lastname@example.org via email. I do not think that they answer emails over the weekend, but you should hear back from them early next week.
Well I hope they let you write it. I would enjoy reading it, as I have been debating on using the e-cig to quit myself. Would love to hear someone else's story.
Thanks Dale. I'll just email them, I didn't know if the read these post or not.
Peeples: Do it! It works great, the first three days I smoked a real cig a day after that I was done and even after a few days you can smell how bad smoking really stinks. That's 20 years of smoking.
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