When I checked my emails this morning, I discovered the following email. My email client (Thunderbird) thinks it is a scam, and I was wondering if any other Cam 23 bloggers had got similar invitations. I know, I'd like to think "I'm all that!", but I know that others doing Cam 23 have a lot more knowledge about these things than I do.
I am the editor of videojug.com, the world’s leading ‘how to’ website. We’re about to get bigger and better and i'm looking for some keen & skilled writers to be a part of it.
We've just launched a powerful new self-publishing website that helps people with unique know-how & expertise (i.e. you) connect with our knowledge-hungry audience. The website is called Videojug Pages - http://pages.videojug.com
I am searching for a select group of writers & bloggers to become Founder Members on Videojug Pages. I came across your blog - '1-23 one step at a time' - and was really impressed.
I'd like to invite you to join our growing community of writers (it's 100% Free).
You can share you unique knowledge by creating pages about your interests on Videojug Pages and can earn money through our equal advertising-share scheme: we share all revenues 50:50 with our writers.
There are some great benefits to being a Founder Member:
- Build an online audience & become an authority on your chosen subject
- Inform & guide our knowledge-hungry audience
- Promote yourself, your business & your website/blog
- Become an on-site 'Guardian' with additional on-site privileges and access
- Earn money through our unique 50:50 advertising share scheme
- Get a Founder's Badge to prove it!
To find out more about this exciting project and to get involved just click here
You can also reply to this email (it’s come from a real person!) if you have any questions etc...
Looking forward to seeing you on the site.
I guess it means someone is reading my blog, if nothing else!
On a completely unrelated matter, I have now found the YouTube video I wanted to add to my blog about podcasts and YouTube. I spent ages looking for it at the time and couldn't find it, not knowing what it was called, but that I would know it when I saw it. I think I originally came across it on my FB wall, but can't remember who posted it.
I love it! I would love a chance to prance around to music in the stacks!