With the time off, we've made a few more tweaks to the content on the World of Waterfalls.
In particular, we've allocated high-visibility space for each region containing the reader-submitted waterfalls that we haven't been to. To have your submissions featured, the minimum requirement is that you supply a photo of the falls you're writing about so visitors can at least see it looks like.
Moreover, we'll also announce such submissions to fans of our Facebook page so they get to see your contributions.
And while we'll accommodate all submissions meeting this requirement, the well-written submissions will be positioned more prominently (and in multiple places on the site; such as the Featured Stores on the right column) since these provide a great service to visitors of this website.
So far, we have reader submitted waterfall guides/photos in the following regions (tier 2 pages):
Eastern United States
Yellowstone National Park
Of course, if you'd like to submit stories, pictures, and guides of waterfalls that we've already visited, you're certainly welcome to do that. In fact, many readers have submitted updated photos of numerous waterfalls in Australia in full flow to improve upon the photos we had presented where we saw them in drought.
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