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How to Write an Article for the WayNet How To Center

This article offers an explanation of the layout and method for submitting an article to the WayNet How To Center.

Limit the subject of your article to one topic.  Please review the articles currently in the "WayNet How To Center" archive prior to submitting your article and choose a subject that has not already been covered - unless you feel you can make dramatic improvements to the topic.

Navigate to the submission form and enter a title.  "How to" will be automatically added at the beginning, so just enter your subject. The title will work best if it is kept short and to the point.  Examples:

  • Good: How to....Wash Your Dog
  • Bad: How to...Clean Your Canine Without Taking a Bath Yourself

Your first paragraph should be a short summary of your topic.


  • Be concise.
  • Begin each step with an active verb. Example:
    • Good: Turn on the water to let it warm up.
    • Bad: You should turn on the water to let it warm up.
  • Follow a logical sequence.
  • Assure that steps can be easily accomplished.
  • Give tips and warnings to assist your reader.  Example:
    • Tip: Prepare to get wet as your dog will shake when removed from the water.


  • There are no restriction on the length of your article.
  • Include details as necessary, but assist readers with bullet points and short paragraphs when appropriate.
  • Check spelling by writing your article in a word processing program and then pasting into the content form.

Copyright violations will not be tolerated.


Submitted by:
Jane Holman
50 North Fifth Street
Richmond, IN  47374

Email:  jane@waynet.org
Phone: 765.939.0857

WayNet Member: WayNet.org
Member Website: http://www.waynet.org

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