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Tips For Publishing on Notd

Thank you for thinking about publishing on Notd! It's not always obvious how to use new networks or platforms, as designers don't like covering pages with instructions, especially when you have a bunch of unique new features. So here are some pointers about how to make your stream and notes get noticed.

1. Give it a good name and upload a stream thumbnail that people will see when they visit your stream page. Use enough characters in the stream description to describe what you're writing about – words in the description will help people (mainly the ones who are interested in the things your write about) discover your stream.

2. If you have just one good photo for each note, use it for the thumbnail photo for the note. This will help draw non-subscribers to check it out. Feel free to add more photos to the body of the note – we allow up to 10 Mbytes of images in each note, so you can use high-resolution photos that look great on computer screens.

3. Post free notes every now and then to let people check out your writing. If you're not interested in charging for your stream, then just set the price at 1 cent per month (and still make some notes free).

4. Use the Custom URL address feature for each stream and note, this makes it easier to link to it (and link to the note every time you publish, people have to find out about it).

5. Use as much of the excerpt space as you can, this is the trailer for your note when someone sees your stream page.

6. In My Account, choose a Display Name and a User Name. They can be the same, or different. The Display Name is the author of your stream – if you don't choose one, it will just be a string of numbers and it will be difficult for people to find or discover your notes. The User Name is what is displayed if you comment on someone else's Note.

7. If you cancel posting a note, it will show up in your stream. If you don't plan to finish it, delete it in the My Notes section of your account.


And, if something about using Notd is not clear, do not hesitate to contact us. We want Notd to be as simple as possible for writers and readers.





Michael Curtin3 months ago

I can provide a brief overview here, but for a 1200-word article, I`ll cover key points. Let`s start:<br /><br />Title: "Harnessing the Power of Nature: Natural Antibiotics Found in Everyday Foods"<br /><br />Introduction:<br />In an era where antibiotic resistance is a growing concern, exploring natural alternatives becomes imperative. This article delves into the realm of natural antibiotics, specifically those found in everyday foods.<br /><br />1. **Garlic - Nature`s Antibiotic:**<br /> Garlic, a culinary staple, has been revered for its medicinal properties throughout history. Allicin, a compound in garlic, exhibits potent antibacterial and antifungal effects. Incorporating garlic into your diet may contribute to enhanced immune function.<br /><br />2. **Honey - Liquid Gold with Healing Powers:**<br /> Beyond its sweet taste, honey boasts antimicrobial properties. Manuka honey, in particular, has gained attention for its ability to fight infections. Including honey in your diet or using it as a topical treatment can offer natural antibiotic benefits.<br /><br />3. **Ginger - More Than Just a Spice:**<br /> Ginger, known for its anti-inflammatory properties, also exhibits antibacterial effects. Compounds like gingerol contribute to its ability to combat infections. Adding ginger to your meals or enjoying ginger tea can be a flavorful way to harness its natural antibiotic potential.<br /><br />4. **Turmeric - Golden Spice, Powerful Antimicrobial:**<br /> Curcumin, the active compound in turmeric, is celebrated for its antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties. Integrating turmeric into your cooking or opting for turmeric supplements may aid in bolstering your body`s natural defenses.<br /><br />5. **Oregano Oil - A Potent Extract:**<br /> Oregano oil contains carvacrol, a natural compound with strong antibacterial properties. Research suggests its efficacy against various pathogens. Using oregano oil as a supplement or incorporating fresh oregano into your meals can contribute to its antibiotic benefits.<br /><br />6. **Coconut Oil - Tropical Treasure for Health:**<br /> Coconut oil contains lauric acid, known for its antimicrobial properties. Regular consumption of coconut oil may help support your immune system. Consider using coconut oil in cooking or incorporating it into your daily routine for its potential natural antibiotic effects.<br /><br />7. **Probiotic-Rich Foods - Nurturing Beneficial Bacteria:**<br /> Fermented foods like yogurt, kefir, and sauerkraut contain probiotics that promote a healthy gut microbiome. A balanced gut microbiota is crucial for overall well-being, including immune function. Including probiotic-rich foods in your diet may indirectly contribute to natural antibiotic benefits.<br /><br />Conclusion:<br />Embracing natural antibiotics from everyday foods offers a holistic approach to health. By incorporating these items into your diet, you not only enhance your culinary experience but also empower your body`s defense mechanisms naturally.<br /><br />Remember to consult with a healthcare professional before making significant changes to your diet or using natural remedies, especially if you have pre-existing health conditions or are taking medications.

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