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Email

You may access your realfreespeechone.com email account via our hosted roundcube webmail interface – click here (also on the footer of realfreespeechone.com). You may also configure your realfreespeechone.com email account address directly on your PC client software and/or smartphone/devices. Click here or here for Apple smartphone/tablet products. Click here or here for Android smartphone/tablet products. Click here for web Gmail integration.

For all configurations, you will need your realfreespeechone.com Webmaster provided email and password. The following are server information required to complete your configuration:

Server type Server name SSL Port
Incoming ssl0.ovh.net Yes (SSL/TLS, Authentication method is normal) 993
Outgoing ssl0.ovh.net Yes 465

Note: If you are looking for a free PC based client email program we recommend Mozilla’s Thunderbird, but others can work just as well.

Site (editors and authors)

For both editors and authors’ roles, you will need your realfreespeechone.com Webmaster provided user name and password. The editor’s role allows for the creation, editing, and publishing of posts. The author’s role allows for the creation, editing, and drafting of posts. Upon an author completing a draft post, they should signal one of the editors for validation (spelling, grammar, etc …) and then publishing to the website. To access the author and editor functions – click here (also on the footer of realfreespeechone.com).

The following is a general step by step approach to creating or editing a blog post:

In this inset graphic (on clicking the image, then click right to open in another tab to be able to expand for easier viewing), it shows the initial screen after login (step 1). The following are the steps in part one – textual writing:

  1. After initial login, select Posts in the admin menu to see the list of all the posts.
  2. From the Posts page, select the post you wish to edit or select Add New to create a new post. This will take you to either the Add New or Edit Post page.
  3. Now create or edit to have a catchy title – required field.
  4. Now create or edit to post text (most of the work …;-)) – required field. See the video below to learn the edit tools.
  5. Ensure you select the correct post theme – Style 1 with the Right sidebar.
  6.  On the right sidebar of the editor, select Standard Format.
  7. On the right sidebar of the editor, select the Category you wish the post to be shown in – multiple selections are allowed.
  8. On the right sidebar of the editor, select the Tags you wish the post to have (these are the Tags that show at the bottom of the page) – multiple selections are allowed. Try to use common Tags for reuse and clarity.
  9. On the right sidebar of the editor, leave the Social Media selection unchecked.
  10. On the right sidebar of the editor, select the Feature image of the post. This will ask you to select a new image or from an existing image from the Media Library. See more on this in part 2.
  11. Throughout this process, it’s a good idea to Save draft. One can also Preview the post. If you have editor role privileges you can Publish to the website (or schedule the posting). This located on the Publish widget is on the right sidebar of the editor.

Note: Ignore and don’t use the Add WP 1 Slider selections or the Add Media on the editor, rather use the steps in part two – adding images and videos.

In this inset graphic (on clicking the image, then click right to open in another tab to be able to expand for easier viewing), it shows the initial screen after login (step 1). The following are the steps in part two – adding images and videos:

  1. After initial login, select Media in the admin menu to see the list of all the Media in the Library.
  2. From the Media page, select the image you wish to edit or select Add New to create a new image. This will take you to either the Add New or the Edit Media page.
  3. Drag and Drop your image into the Drop files area and proceed to the Attachment Details page.
  4. From the Add Media page, you can also go to the Attachment Details page.
  5. Complete the image details accordingly – data gets saved automatically or if available select Update to save your information entered.
  6. To get ready to place into the post, copy the URL link by selecting the URL link, to be inputted into the Post Snippet Edit tool.

Note: When adding an image or YouTube video, use the Post Snippet Edit Tool – placing the cursor where you want the Media item placed on the post. It pulls up a mini window. Select the proper tab to input the image link (from the Media Library or an external link) or the YouTube id. Then select Insert. Please see the graphic in part one on how this looks.

For specific WordPress edit tools tutorial, here is a brief (generic – 5m) video that can help:

Twitter

To understand how to use Twitter – click here. To find the Real Free Speech One Twitter home page – click here (also on the footer of realfreespeechone.com). For users that would tweet on behalf of @RealFreeSpeech1  you will need to use TweetDeck. Here is a helpful guide for TweetDeck. The Webmaster will need to give access to users for these privledges accordingly. In TweetDeck you can Tweet as yourself or on the behalf of @RealFreeSpeech1. However, in general, most on the RFS1 Twitter Team will be tweeting as themselves – you may want to consider a separate account for RFS1 activities. Here is a general strategy for the RFS1 Twitter team:

  • RFS1 Twitter Team admin(s) will Tweet on behalf of @RealFreeSpeech1 activities of RFS1.
  • Editors automatically publish website (realfreespeechone.com) posts to @RealFreeSpeech1 upon publishing.
  • RFS1 Twitter Team Members (with their own Twitter account) should monitor the @RealFreeSpeech1 feed and like and retweet @RealFreeSpeech1 posts with your additional interesting comments to others.
  • RFS1 Twitter Team Members (with their own Twitter account) can also go to the realfreespeechone.com website and find articles that interest their community. Click the Tweet icon at the bottom of the post and it will pull up a Twitter tweet page already completed with the article details (add your own comments and #hashtags as well), then click the Tweet button (you would need to be already logged into to your Twitter account on a different browser tab).
  • RFS1 Twitter Team Members (with their own Twitter account) should also make the comments in support of RFS1’s agenda on their own Twitter accounts. When doing so, always ensure you add @RealFreeSpeech1 as a recipient of your Twitter posts.
  • In all Tweeting cases, ensure you use the proper #hashtags that are trending to get seen.
  • Do as a team member comment from your personal account comments on posts – engage.
  • It is good to follow bake users that subscribe – even say you will, to promote the channel.
  • Always be mindful to respect the Twitter ToS – see Do’s and Don’ts.

Here is a good tutorial video (29m) on how to use Twitter:

Facebook

To understand how to use Facebook – click here. To find the Real Free Speech One Facebook home page (realfreespeechone) – click here (also on the footer of realfreespeechone.com). The Webmaster will need to give access to users that will be posting on behalf of realfreespeechone. However, in general, most on the RFS1 Facebook Team will be posting as themselves – you may want to consider a separate account for RFS1 activities. Here is a general strategy for the RFS1 Facebook team:

  • RFS1 Facebook admin(s) will post on behalf of realfreespeechone activities of RFS1 – via entries on the website and Twitter postings.
  • RFS1 Facebook Team Members (with their own Facebook account should monitor the realfreespeechone page and like and comment posts with your additional interesting comments to others – engage.
  • It is good to follow bake users that subscribe – even say you will, to promote the channel.
  • In all post cases, ensure you use the proper #hashtags that are trending to get seen.
  • Do as a team member comment from your personal account comments on posts.
  • Always be mindful to respect the Twitter ToS – see Do’s and Don’ts.

Minds

To understand how to use Minds – click here. To find the Real Free Speech One Minds home page (realfreespeech1) – click here (also on the footer of realfreespeechone.com). The Webmaster will need to give access to users that will be posting on behalf of realfreespeech1. However, in general, most on the RFS1 MindsTeam will be posting as themselves – you may want to consider a separate account for RFS1 activities. Here is a general strategy for the RFS1 Minds team:

  • RFS1 Minds admin(s) will post on behalf of realfreespeech1 activities of RFS1 – via entries on the website and Twitter postings.
  • RFS1 Minds Team Members (with their own Minds account should monitor the realfreespeech1page and like and comment posts with your additional interesting comments to others.
  • In all post cases, ensure you use the proper #hashtags that are trending to get seen.
  • Do as a team member comment from your personal account comments on posts – engage.
  • It is good to follow bake users that subscribe – even say you will, to promote the channel.
  • Always be mindful to respect the Twitter ToS – see Do’s and Don’ts.

Here is a good tutorial video (7m) on how to use Minds:

Discord

There are 1000s of Discords servers on a variety of subjects. You can search for Discord servers by clicking here and here. The suggestion to get out the RFS1 message would be to:

  1. Find 5 to 10 servers that you will join. Coordinate with other Strike Force team members to not overlap too much the coverage.
  2. Befriend users and interact with the users on the server. Remember, the goal is NOT to steal chatters, rather develop alliances.
  3. You can then post and get out the word of the RFS1 messages view the RFS1 website and Twiffer postings.

Here is a video tutorial (14m) on how to use Discord:

More to follow in the future.

Do’s and Don’ts (posting on social media)

As we know what we post on social media can be a dubious exercise. Banning, shadow banning, and account suspensions happen on a regular basis. When posting on your social media channel to get the best results here are the top things to remember:

  1. The catchy title.
  2. A teaser phrase to get people to engage even click our website post link.
  3. The link to the web post if available.
  4. Trending #hashtags.
  5. The web post image or some other meme/image (important to draw attention).

Here is an example of a Twitter post:

Here are a few Do’s and Don’ts to consider:

Do’s:

  • Be as graphic as possible – images and videos.
  • Ensure you keep a good reputational value of RFS1 with thoughtful and intelligent postings.
  • Instead of posting, “you are an idiot,” rather ask an uncomfortable question, or make an ironic agreement. Be clever.
  • Use #hashtags that look to trending. One way is to search using your proposed #hashtag – it may even suggest more relevant #hashtags on other’s posts.
  • For every negative post, make sure you do a positive post.
  • Try to get a link back to realfreespeechone.com. This can be done by posting links to our blog postings and then commenting on them.

Don’ts:

  • Don’t swear – at least not on a regular basis.
  • Refrain from using bannable trigger words or phrases.
  • 40 ways to get banned from the top 5 social networks.
  • Never post personal information.
  • Overuse #hashtags.
  • Post about illegal activities – unless it is in opposition.
  • Be repetitive to the same users the same message.
  • Careful with any Copywrite infringements where appropriate.

Note: this is just a start, please give more ideas to the Webmaster.