Creating ContentOne client looked at me and complained about the process of signing in to get access to the content on my sites, then commented that I obviously did all my own work, so the client suggested there wasn’t a real compliant, just not as user-friendly as desired.
But — so far — I manage, maintain, and create the content for all my own sites.
On Jan 13, 2019, at 3:02 AM, Daisy wrote:
I would love to write an article for astrofish.net as a guest author. I can provide you 100% Copyscape protected, interesting and informative article that will be helpful to your readers.
I look forward to hearing from you.
There is a numbers game at work, here. The original estimates was 10% with my empirical evidence suggesting the response rate is closer to 1%, and the exception is when I send out postcards for an appearance, but I don’t think I’ve even done that in the last year. I know the main Austin promoter has an option for postcards, but not me.
I didn’t want to shoot either piece over because this was one of those notes that falls between spam and canned messages. A sort of business development, not quite in line with me, but deserving of a qualified response.
The deal is, I write everything for my own sites. Just the way it is. All images are my own. For better — or worse — I do all the work.
The original model was all of this ran through an editor, but he bailed decades back. The editorial process is all me. However, as I learned — the hard way — years back? I have to be responsible for everything I post. I have to answer for it.
So I’m tickled that one would think about offering to write for my own site, but I do it all.
“I do all my own stunts.”