I love hearing from people that read my blog. What I don’t like, though, is people contacting me about things I don’t have any interest in, so I wanted to make this short policy page, to let you know what I am cool with and what I am not.
Feel free to keep this list for reference, when you’re thinking about getting in touch with me through the contact form below.
1. I’m Not Interested in Your Offers or Discounts
I can afford to buy whatever I need and I really don’t need discounts from people trying to promote their products.
If you have something extraordinary, that fits what I am looking for perfectly, then I might consider what you have, but chances of that happening are pretty slim to none, as I usually get what I need after doing thorough research and checking out multiple offers.
Even if you think I might be interested in what you have, I’d recommend you don’t try your luck.
Don’t spam my email, because the only thing you manage to accomplish through is me losing any trust in you, after which, even if what you have is perfect for me, I still won’t buy it simply because I don’t like or trust you and your brand.
2. I’m Not Interested in Unknown Joint Ventures
I’ve been doing blogging and Internet Marketing for quite some time and, believe it or not, I know how the game is played.
I’m always in touch with some of the biggest names in the industry, and the last thing I want is a JV offer where I have to do a whole bunch of work to make a little bit of money.
Every reputable Internet Marketer will tell you that although a JV might require a lot of work from both parties, most of the time, you’re taking advantage of each other’s resources (mailing lists, fan base, etc.)
Unless you’re one of the Big Dogs, or have something really valuable to offer, don’t bother wasting your (and my) time to tell me about your JV.
3. I’m Not Interested in Making New Friends
Don’t get me wrong. I love meeting new people and talking to them. I am not some kind of a hermit living under a virtual rock somewhere.
I do believe, however, that a contact form is about the worst thing you can use to make business partners or friends.
I have a Facebook profile set up (which you’re welcome to check out) and if you send me a request, I’ll consider adding you to my group of friends. The contact form is form making contact, Facebook is for making friends.
Now, that I told you a few things I am definitely not interested in, take a moment to read what you should use the contact form for.
There are just two main points.
4. I Am Interested in Guest Posting Offers
I’ll be more than happy to have you guest post on my blog. If you’d like to get in touch for that, feel free to use the contact form below.
The one thing to keep in mind is you need to do your research prior to contacting me, especially if you’re a guest posting beginner.
5. I Am Interested In Your Marketing Questions
I want to help you as well as helping myself, so if you have questions either about running a blog, Internet Marketing or setting up your own online business, feel free to hit me up.
I do not want you to write me a question just so that you can get your offer or JV proposal slapped in my face. If you do that, I’ll ruin your reputation on this blog, so don’t try it.
Be sure to abide by these rules when contacting me, and you’ll be fine.