Wikitravel is not meant to be a yellow pages, nor an advertising brochure, so please do not add listings for your business that have flowery, promotional language or that lack any useful information, in particular price ranges for rooms. Also do not list your listing more than once, and do not list it in a city other than the one it actually is in. Lastly, please do not include the city, state, and zip code in the address field. While yes, this is good for your search engine optimization, this is straightforwardly inappropriate on Wikitravel, since the article name should indicate what city it is in. Also, if you don't include the "http://" in the link to your website, the link will break, making this worthless.
You don't follow instructions well, do you? The things Peter asked are not difficult. Please follow our guidelines. LtPowers 19:59, 25 August 2009 (EDT)
We actually want you to add your casinos, but you need to follow this policy: Wikitravel:Don't tout. Leave out the promotional prose, stop adding multiple listings per page, and we'll be good. Otherwise, though, I intend to simply revert your edits. --`Peter Talk
I can only re-iterate what has been stated above. Your flowery listings are no help to anybody and they are being reverted as per Wikitravel's don't tout policies. You are wasting our and your time unless you heed the advice given above. --Burmesedays 10:54, 3 December 2009 (EST)
Your listings are still not in compliance with our hotel marketing policies and are being removed as fast as you add them. Once again, please read those guidelines, and then add a note to this talk page so that we know you have read our policies, otherwise all edits from this IP address are likely to be reverted on sight. -- Ryan • (talk) • 13:06, 27 May 2010 (EDT)
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