by "Trevor Lockwood" <trevor(at)author.co.uk>
||Fri, 6 Jul 2001 17:45:20 +0100
Kimiko is right, we all approach this world differently.
I used to be a writer, now I'm called a content provider. So far I've
'provided' my poor site with over one million words and I've not sold
anything from the pages. Income comes as a result of the site, not from it.
I was involved in PR for a site run by BT, the UK telephone company. They
too had a site that needed Flash 5 to work. I told them they were stark
staring but large organisations don't listen, so I don't promote their site
any longer - simple.
The Net is not just for making money. Living is not just for making money.
I've been rich, I've been poor - neither state was linked to my happiness as
any one time. Even when really poor I survived, so why chase bucks?
That said, I'm about to move into the next stage of my 'grand plan' and
start accepting advertising - so if you want to reach intelligent people who
read and write books, talk to me.
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