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Fanposts: Your vehicle to have your voice heard

Do you have a desire to publish your thoughts on Fake Teams? Fanposts are your vehicle for voicing your thoughts on a particular player, your fantasy team, or to publish whatever is on your mind


A few months ago, I asked Fake Teams readers to voice their opinions more in the comments section of the articles you read here on a daily basis. We appreciate you reading our content on a daily basis, but we also want to hear your opinion on what we have published. The writers here at Fake Teams are here for you. If it wasn't for you, our loyal readers, we would not be here. I appreciate all of you who have taken the time to post more comments and questions in our articles over the last few months. Hearing your voices helps all of us, even the readers who choose not to comment. I am sure someone has left our site having learned something from our writers, but also from you.

In an effort to hear your opinion in a longer format, I ask that you utilize the Fanpost feature, which can be found on the right hand side of the front page.

To write a fanpost, click "Write a fanpost". Once you do that, you are on your way to writing a fanpost on whatever subject you would like.

Since I started posting the Fantasy Baseball Questions Thread over the past few weeks, I have noticed a few of you responding with well thought out responses to reader questions. If you have an interest in publishing your thoughts in more detail on a reader question, on an article published here, or on a topic of your own, feel free to post a fanpost, and if it is a well thought out fanpost, I will promote it to the front page for all to read.

Some of you may not know this, but, do you know how I became a writer here at Fake Teams? I started by writing fanposts and being active in the comments section of articles posted here at Fake Teams. If you have an interest in writing for Fake Teams, there is no better way than to post a fanpost so I can see how well you can put pen to paper, and how well your organize your thoughts.

In fact, when I am looking for additional writers here at Fake Teams, it is a requirement that every prospective writer post a fanpost or two on Fake Teams, so I can see if said writer can organize his/her thoughts on a particular player or topic.

Do you own a player that is underperforming their draft round this season? Do you own a player that you feel is a "sell high" candidate? Do you own a player who is not receiving the love from the fantasy community? Feel free to post your thoughts in a fanpost here at Fake Teams. If it worthy of promotion to the front page, I won't hesitate to do so.

Let your voice be heard. We, along with the Fake Teams community, want to hear your thoughts. Post away!!!