kamil wrote:I reckon a guide's profile can be deleted if it's used for advertising their services via SP, just like any other advertising/spam oriented account. I don't think stating that you're a guide can be a sole reason to be kicked off SP.
Arthur Digbee wrote:Kamil has described what I think is elf practice.
Seems sensible to me -- if you just put up a couple photos of your guiding and a link to your website, it's a commercial. SP doesn't get anything from that relationships.
If, like many other guides on the site (like Afzal), you add some content, it's all good.
Ditto for the professional photographers we have on the site (like thephotohiker).
And the guidebook writers (like Flathead Native).
If a guide posted a route, that should be enough to stick around.
Dan Shorb wrote:Seems like the most passionate mountain goers I know are guides. Are they not allowed here on SP if they share something they did while guiding? Would they be able to share it, it they weren't guiding at the time?
I am against that, if its true. Please don't discriminate against the people that can add some of the best info to SP.
Marmaduke wrote:I would bet that the biggest reason for not allowing Guides to blatantly advertise is they aren't paying for it as others on the site are?
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