Over there to the right, I have my email address. I put it there in case any of my readers want to contact me directly or have a news tip for me or whatever. Some of you have contacted me there and I have no problem with that at all. “Others” have contacted me also. “Others” usually want something from me.
For just a little bit of money, per month, “others” can bring more traffic to this blog, can position it better on Google and/or Yahoo, can promote it on other web sites and so on and so on.
Forget it, “others.” You’re wasting your time with me.
Look. This is a regular WordPress blog. You know how much it cost me per month? Nothing. Five times a week, I put up fresh content here—some of it is original and some of it links to articles I’ve written elsewhere. There are also links to order the books I’ve written. If I make any money on this thing at all, it’s from readers ordering my books.
I like some of the things I’ve written here and some things I haven’t. I mean, it’s a blog and it’s going to be hit and miss, but to the reader, it’s always free. You take the good with the bad.
“Others” want to bring more traffic here. While I don’t have a zillion readers, I’m happy with the ones I’ve got. I seldom ever think of the stats.
So, dear reader, feel free to contact me at that email address over to the right. “Others” can do that do, but they shouldn’t be shocked if you never get a response from me.
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