You just never know where clients will come from. Several weeks ago I got a call from a guy who wanted me to ghostwrite his book. He has some nifty ideas and I was interested and said so. He got to poking around and found one of the articles I’d posted on the article submission sites I reviewed in a series.
Of course, he wasn’t sure which site he’d found the article on and he was mostly using it to demonstrate our difference in styles. I’ve tried some different searches, but it quickly became a time sink I didn’t think was worth it.
I think I gained some aditional cred with this client because he found one of the three articles. Or heck, maybe he foudn all three. The truth is I simply don’t know.
But I hadn’t thought of clients stumbling into articles I write on Triond, (btw, Triond has become an advertiser here) Associated Content, or Helium as a possible reason to submit to those sites at least occasionally.
Has anyone else had a similar experience?
Also in this series: Checking Up On Helium | An Offer From Associated Content | Writing and Uploading Articles for Triond, Helium and Associated Content | Anne To Try Triond, Helium and Associated Content.
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