Blogging and Comment Policy

Welcome to Kayla Smith Music. This blogging policy is available not only for Kayla Smith Music to read, but everyone else as well. The policy clearly outlines the expectations of the bloggers and commenters behavior.

Writing is hard work. The trick is to be interesting, and honest. This blog is a place for respectful dialogue with Kayla Smith Music and anyone with an interest in our community and music. Please keep in mind that if other community members claim expertise or status to use discretion in following their advice.

Respectful and sociable conversation is how we will approach this blog, and we ask that you respect the following discussion guidelines. All comments will be moderated and any comments falling outside of the discussion guidelines below will not be published:

Kayla Smith Music blog aims to create honest, friendly and courteous conversation. Please be respectful and civil to bloggers and other members of the community, even if you disagree with them.

Don’t post anything that could offend another member of the community. Anything containing profanity, sexually graphic, or offensive language, etc. will be deleted. We do not allow harassing, threatening, racist, abusive, hateful, violent, or obscene language or behavior.

Kayla Smith Music will decide (in its sole discretion) what is inappropriate for this blog. If you have any complaints or questions regarding any of the content posted on this blog, please contact us.

Also note that:

  1. Participation in, suggesting, or encouraging any illegal activity is cause for immediate deletion, and may be reported to the appropriate authorities.
  2. Any articles, news reports, or other copyrighted material included in the posts must be with the permission of the relevant copyright owners.
  3. Do not flood or spam, post chain letters, pyramid schemes, junk mail, or URLs for outside sites that violate any of these guidelines.
  4. All comments related to the subject matter of the post as off-topic or spam entries will be immediately deleted.

We ask for your email address when you post a comment. Your email will never be published, but will be used to verify your comment and possible to contact you in relation to your comment. We will not use it for any other purposes without your permission.

–From the Kayla Smith Music Blog