Linking to your Duosuma Submission Pages If you link it, they will come! Photo by Claudio Schwarz. Why should I link to the page? You should link to your public project page(s) so that people can submit to you. Once you've sent your potential submitters to your Duosuma page, we'll take it from there. You can sit back, relax, and wait for those submissions to start coming in. Where do I find the link? The Manage Projects page is where you can find the links to your projects' public pages. Select a project and look for the "Public Project Page" link at the top of the page. (To access this page, you must be the Account Owner or have "Manage Projects & Calls" privileges.) Important Note: We only recommend linking to the public project page. We do not recommend linking to the pages for the individual calls for submissions, since those links are dynamically-generated and, in some cases, time-sensitive. Also, please be sure to link to your Duosuma public page, not your Duotrope listing, for your Submit action link/button.Correct: Link like https://duotrope.com/duosuma/submit/uber-journal-h45ETIncorrect: Link like https://duotrope.com/duosuma/submit/form.aspx?id=h63fT3-k6eg89-sdf6UoIncorrect: Link like https://duotrope.com/listing/9999/uber-journal Links & Graphics Click to get HTML code for that type of link: Text link:Submit through Duosuma White background image: Black background image: White background image with border: White to black on hover: Our links to your Duosuma Submission Pages Duosuma's Current Submission Opportunities page may link to your project(s) with "open" calls for submissions. To be listed, your account must be in good standing, and you and/or your team must be actively using Duosuma. Duotrope's associated listings will also link to your public submissions pages, if: the Duosuma account is in good standing (no overdue bills), you and/or your team have been active on Duosuma recently, the project qualifies for a full Duotrope listing, the Duotrope listing has been properly associated with your Duosuma account (see sidebar), AND at least one call is "live" and currently accepting public submissions. Finally, if you provide a Twitter handle in either your Account settings or Project settings, we will feature projects with open calls up to once a month on our @duosuma and/or @duotrope Twitter accounts (volume permitting and a maximum of three projects per account featured per month). To be featured, your account must be in good standing, and you and/or your team must be actively using Duosuma. Be aware: If you rely on our links alone, you will not receive nearly as many submissions as you would if you provided links and promoted your Duosuma page to your unique audience of potential submitters. Unlinked Projects: If you added a project that wasn't in the initial list populated by Duotrope or our listing isn't linking to your submissions page, you may need to contact us to request that we associate that listing with your account. If we don't list the project on Duotrope, you may need to request a listing (be sure to mention you are using Duosuma for that project, so we can add the listing and associate it at the same time). See more Documentation. Have any questions about this? Ask us.