Our team provides you with an all-in-one environment, so that you can concentrate on what matters most: posting on your blog!
We take care of platform maintenance and evolution, such as frequent upgrades and new features to fit your needs.
Our high-performing hardware also makes it quick and easy to log into our platform and ensures a smooth experience on your end, no matter what device you use to view Hypotheses.
You publish content, and we promote it! Our team regularly selects certain posts and promotes them on our various portals (the Hypotheses homepage and the French, English, Spanish, and German pages). Posts may also be featured on Hypotheses’ social media (Twitter and Facebook). Some blogs are even spotlighted via editorialization in the InSHS newsletter.
Once your blog is up and running, it will also be included in the OpenEdition catalog, allowing it to be assigned an ISSN by the Bibliothèque Nationale de France (only for blogs located in France).
With Hypotheses, you can manage your blog how you want. You make the editorial decisions for your blog and choose its visual outfit. However, you are never alone as you go through the process. We offer a number of free guiding services to help you apprehend and set up your blog, whether you’re a novice or experienced blogger. You can also chat with other Hypotheses users in French, English, German, and Spanish via special mailing lists. The mailing lists allow you to talk about your respective editorial projects, to structure your writing projects and to form new collaborations in relation to your blog, as well as keeping up to date on major platform changes via messages from our team. If you or your editorial team wish to subscribe to one or more of the forums, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A help forum is also available (in French only) where you can ask technical questions about blog functionality and share writing and technical tips with a community of Hypotheses users. Our team monitors the forum to make sure every question is answered. The forum is open to the public in read-only format; to post to the forum, log into your Hypotheses account.
We also offer resource blogs, available in multiple languages, to help you manage your blog. You will find various tutorials grouped into a complete online course.