The Civfanatics staff is currently looking into ways to increase our presence in social media, particularly on Facebook on Twitter. Our first project of this sort is to feature a "Mod of the Week". We think this is a good way to show what CFC has to offer on the whole and to give specific mods more exposure. If you want your mod to be featured, you have to provide a summary of its content (in no more than 200 words), setting, features, goal and the like. Think of it as a blurb on the backside of a book cover or DVD case and include everything that would get a player interested in playing it. Of course the mod creator doesn't have to write the post himself, but his approval is required. The author must supply links to the mod's discussion thread and download location. The general idea is to cycle through mods from the different games of the Civ series with emphasis on Civ5, which means that we would feature a Civ4 mod every four weeks. But that can change depending on the number of submissions. I've been asked to moderate the process for the Civ4 community and do quality control for the submitted texts. Other than that, we'd like to keep the process as open as possible. That means the community can vote on which mods to feature. And of course it means we're open to further ideas and suggestions. You can submit your texts here, or just discuss this idea.