FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
How Can I promote iHipHop on other sites?
Now that CrackSpace has merged with iHipHop, what link do I use to promote my profile page?
All of the old links will continue to be functional. For example, if your user name is MACKDADDY, you can use any of the following links to promote your page:
ihiphop.com/MACKDADDY crackspace.com/MACKDADDY ihiphop.com/MACKDADDY
Can I put a XXX or pornographic picture up as my avatar picture?
No and if our Admin Team sees this they will delete your account immediately. We also ask that members of iHipHop report users that are in violation of this rule by sending an email to email@example.com.
How do I use the Video Chat or Text Chat feature to speak to other iHipHop members?
One of the newest features on the site is the ability to have private text or video chats with other members.
To chat with another iHipHop/Crackspace member, log in as normal, visit the user’s profile and confirm that they are online. Look for the video chat icon to start a chat session. The recipient of the chat request will, of course, need to be logged in as well.
If you receive a prompt requesting to give permission to the Video Communicator access to your web cam, click OK. Alternatively, you can still use the chat system if you do not give permission however you will be limited to text chats only.
Once the Video Communicator is loaded and if you have a web cam installed that is recognized by Flash, it will show up by default. If Flash cannot detect your web cam, no probem. Simply go to the Settings menu (top right corner icon) and click the A/V tab. You can then manually select which port on your computer the web cam is connected to.
The only requirement is that you will need Adobe Flash 9 installed on your computer. If you don’t have it, you can download it for free by clicking here.
Who do I contact if I am having technical problems with the site?
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I submit stories, tips or anything for the iHipHop Superblog?
We get a lot of requests for information on how to pimp your profile page. We are currently working on some new tools that will make this a lot easier. Thank you for your patience.
Send an email to email@example.com. We are looking for tips, new tracks, new videos, interviews, anything related to hip-hop music, culture, politics, fashion, business, technology…basically whateva…
How can I submit a song to be featured in the iHipHop Featured Audio section?
Send the track to firstname.lastname@example.org and as long as there are no legal or quality issues our Admin Team will get the track right up. If applicable, try to also send a link to the artist’s iHipHop page so we can include that with the track.
How can I submit a video for the iHipHop Featured Video section?
Send the video to email@example.com and as long as there are no legal or quality issues our Admin Team will get the track right up. If applicable, try to also send a link to the artist’s iHipHop page (assuming this is an artist video) so we can include that with the video.
How Can I make my products for sale in the iHipHop store?
We are actively looking for new products for the store. We are open to carrying anything that there is a demand for and makes sense for fans of hip-hop. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss in more detail.
What is the difference between the Featured Video section and CrackTV?
Featured Videos are videos that the iHipHop Blog team decides are hot. CrackTV, like YouTube, is a place where you can upload videos that you think are hot.
I am a serious hip-hop fan and a good writer. How can I join the iHipHop Blog Team?
Send your resume to email@example.com and put BLOG TEAM RESUME in the subject of your email.
How can I advertise on iHipHop and what are your rates?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss the right campaign for your product. Generally speaking we offer banners, block-outs, video pre-roll, email and mobile alert packages, sponsorships and page-takeovers.
Our goal is to work with you to come up with an advertising plan that works with your budget.