Friday, 21 July 2017


Still trying after all of these days

In 2010, when blogging about Conductive Education was a flourishing field, I signed the pledge to blog with integrity:

By displaying the Blog with Integrity badge or signing the pledge, I assert that the trust of my readers and the blogging community is important to me.

I treat others respectfully, attacking ideas and not people. I also welcome respectful disagreement with my own ideas.

I believe in intellectual property rights, providing links, citing sources, and crediting inspiration where appropriate.

I disclose my material relationships, policies and business practices. My readers will know the difference between editorial, advertorial, and advertising, should I choose to have it. If I do sponsored or paid posts, they are clearly marked.

When collaborating with marketers and PR professionals, I handle myself professionally and abide by basic journalistic standards.

I always present my honest opinions to the best of my ability.

I own my words. Even if I occasionally have to eat them.

There have been massive changes in many things since 2010. Perhaps that is why it seems such an age ago, to me anyway

The number of conductive bloggers has now shrunk considerably – not uniquely. Conductive World hangs on.

It is up to readers to judge how far Conductive World has succeeded in meeting the ideals of the above pledge. And it is up to readers to comment and criticise accordingly.

Original posting, and the qualification therein: 

Blog with Integrity



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