Become a Contributing Member
Are you interested in being part of the team at Colorado Cars and Trucks.com?
There are many ways you can get involved. The contributing members of CCT make the community viable, respectful, and relevant. Members who choose to volunteer to help manage the CCT environment are a vital part of the community’s success.
As a community contributor, you might consider one (or more) of these opportunities:
Contributing author and/or editor
- As a contributing author you can put your writing aspirations to work. Submit articles ranging from feature articles to road trip reports to event reports. And as a community driven magazine, Colorado Cars and Trucks.com isn’t about “professional” writing. The members and guests of CCT are your friends and neighbors. They’re interested your thoughts, opinions and insights, not in a demonstration of much writer’s training you’ve had.
- As a contributing editor you can help those of us who have something to say but could use some help making sure we don’t completely destroy the English language. A contributing editor also helps with verifying facts and figures and approves articles for publishing. The editors are key members of the community that help keep the content on Colorado Cars and Trucks.com viable, valid, and meaningful.
- The community forum is a vital part of the Colorado Cars and Trucks.com environment. Forum monitors listen to and keep track of discussions in progress throughout the forum. Monitors not only enforce the rules and policies of the forum, they also are there to help members with using the forum software and assist in addressing issues that may arise. The forum monitors are the members that insure the CCT forum environment is a friendly place to return to over and over.
- Club leaders manage the free web space and forum made available to their club, and is the primary contact for Colorado Cars and Trucks.com. This includes functioning as the editor, the member administrator, and forum moderator. Members wishing to join a club must be approved by the club leader.
The Member Blogs provides a place for community members to make available a log, journal or diary of their journey, whatever that journey may be. Members can choose weather other members can post comments or not. The criteria for getting a blog hosted by CCT is based on several items. Contact us to discuss your blog ideas