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How To Become A Community Correspondent

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Do you want to become a Community Correspondent, but aren't sure how to get started?

Follow these simple steps to become a KMPH Community Correspondent:

  • Step-1: Go To the Community Correspondent website at http://www.communitycorrespondent.com/kmph/ .
  • Step-2: Click on the Register button in the upper right-hand corner of the page.
  • Step-3: Fill out all the required information (an asterisk will show which info is required) and then press submit.
  • Step-4: An e-mail confirming your registration will be sent to your e-mail account. It is important that you click on the e-mail and confirm your registration.
  • Step-5: After you have confirmed your registration go back to the Community Correspondent page where you can now post your stories, photo's and videos.
  • Step-6: To Post a story just click on "Post a Story" which is located on the right-hand side of the page.  Enter your title, story body and any picture you may want to add by using the browse feature. Once you have finished click on the submit button. Your story should now appear on the main Community Correspondent page.

 

If you any problems with this process you can send us an e-mail by clicking on the Community Correspondent Feedback button which is located on the top of the page.
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