Feel free to write to me (via my profile), Sean. I highly suggest that you delete your email address from your topic post.
When you write, you might want to define what you mean by "commercial article writing." Do you mean, "freelance" ? Are you asking about how to make money writing articles for magazines (traditional and ezines)? OR are you refering to what is done here on HP -- writing "hubs" (articles) on a commercial site with the intention of making money?
?? This is the 2nd time today I've returned to a thread only to find that my comment is the only REMAINING comment. Soooo frickin weird.
LOL .... NO, but you weren't "here" when I said that. Neither was Earnest, below, who is now here... But where is the OP?
Huh? When you wrote this...I had a comment above it suggesting to the OP that he drop me an email through HubPages.
I can still see it, right below your first post, but before your second one?
I can't see it. WEIRD.
I see this (up to this comment):
My original comment to the missing OP "Feel free to write to me..."
My next comment, "?? This is the second time..."
Your "chopped liver" comment.
My "LOL" comment.
Earnest's comment, "The OP had to be put down..."
Your reply, "LOL"
Your "Huh?" comment.
Are we all not seeing the same thing???
I wondered why you were addressing a non-existent question! Perhaps post has been removed by moderator for suspected spamming or otherwise inappropriate content? Educated guess only, I'm afraid!
As for chopped liver comment - no comment!
Not anymore. I used to write for a couple of automotive magazines in a past life.
I'm sort of a commercial writer. I write for a website, but I just started, and in reality, it's really just a blog. www.myvegasscene.com if you want to take a look. I do freelance stuff for them.
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