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This section is for reviews on third party products. This section is for the members only and must not be used to promote or advertise products in any way, shape or form.

The rules for posting articles here are simple:

  1. No paid reviews
  2. You must provide an unbiased review of a product or service.
  3. You must not post advertisements for the product, implicit or explicit. Basic information on pricing is permitted.
  4. We reserve the right to replace any links to the product with search-engine unfriendly links. Articles must not be used to promote a product in any form, including SEO.
  5. Articles must be tagged "third-party"
  6. Articles must not be written by anyone associated with the company that writes the product. Self promotion is not allowed.

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