Talk:Alangium

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Inclusion of Mamaherb.com accredited information as external links[edit]

Dear editor,

My name is Rukmani Agrawal and I'm working for Mamaherb.com (http://www.mamaherb.com/).

Mamaherb.com is the world's largest free Home Remedies database, who's intention is to allow users to upload and rate what actually works in the field of natural health. The data is accumulated very much in the spirit of Wikipedia - with users allowed to add and edit ingredients and create Home Remedies based on these Ingredients.

Some numbers and facts:

Home Remedies: 19,614 (growing by 100+ every day). Natural Ingredients: 1,414 Conditions Treated: 1,324

Mamaherb.com has won the prestigious (though rather new) United Nation's WSA award for 2009 for making the world a healthier place, being ".... one of the most outstanding examples of creative and innovative e-Content in the world!". The WSA was called by Prof. Nicholas Negroponte, initiator of the 'One Laptop per Child', the “The Nobel Prize of Multimedia”.

What we'd like to receive your consent to is adding relevant links from Mamaherb.com to this article, under the External Links section (qualifying with all of Wikipedia’s guide-lines as to what should be included under this section):

Here, under: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alangium, we’d add: http://www.mamaherb.com/Alangium (note the links to the 15 related treatments and remedies).

Surely you'd agree Mamaherb.com's content is very value-adding in this External links section.

Thanks in advance,

Rukmani

Dollyagrawal (talk) 06:17, 27 November 2009 (UTC)

We select external links very carefully, using only those that add significantly to users' knowledge of the subject, and favoring those that are non-commercial in nature. The article linked above seems to comprise content from this very article, with nothing more. Badagnani (talk) 06:23, 27 November 2009 (UTC)