In Which Drat, I Scared Them All Off Too Early
My name is David and I represent a leading Manchester based solicitors firm having specialist in Personal Injury claims. I have been tasked with sourcing advertising opportunities for my client and was wondering if it might be possible to advertise them on your website http://www.popehat.com/.
For now we are looking for a Contextual text links and I would appreciate if you could get back to me, if you think that we could take this further. 1 year or 6 months deal price would be good to know if this is possible to decide further. Payment will be through PayPal.
I am very interested to hear your offer. We at Popehat are constantly looking for new income streams.
Certain conditions of supervised release make international payment in currency problematic. However, given that your client specializes in Personal Injury claims, and we have numerous claims of personal injury what require vindication, we're thinking maybe something could be done in trade. Tell me — does your Manchester-based solicitor firm have experience in pony-related Personal Injury claims? I believe they might be more commonly known as collyswopdopwobbles in Manchester rather than ponies.
Eagerly awaiting your reply,
Hi! Hope you're well! Just thought I’d drop you a line to check whether you received my previous email?
I just wanted to ask if you would please consider placing a link to MyClaimSource.com? It is an information website that provides assistance resource on filing insurance claims. It also provides an open forum to connect those looking to file claims with people who already have, and who may be able to offer tips and advice on claim filing with a given provider.
If you think it would be of use to your visitors, would you please consider placing a link to my website on your page?
Thanks and have a great day!
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Thanks for the suggestion.
Question: does MyClaimSource.com offer advice and support to ANY type of insurance claims?
Hi Ken! Thanks for getting back to me. So far we have covered auto insurance, health insurance, life insurance, medicare, travel insurance, and workers comp and we're still researching for more content. The site does provide advice and information about various provider policy and our goal is to make MyClaimSource.com an open forum to connect those looking to file claims with people who already have, and who may be able to offer tips and advice on claim filing with a given provider.
The authors at my site, and increasingly our readers, have a very specific and somewhat rare insurance concern.
We are concerned about pony-related claims.
We would be happy to hear of a site where we might find a like-minded community of people who have had experience navigating pony-related claims, and would happily link to such a site.
I am Tracy Myers, a freelance writer and a regular blogger for homeinsurance.org. I came across your blog and must say that the informative content of your blog is worth reading. So I was wondering if you accept guest posts, and if so, would you be willing to publish my writing on your site? I'm looking to expand my writing horizons and would love to contribute to your blog.
I would like to give you a unique article on any topic related to your blog theme. I assure you that I will write the post exclusively for you. In return of the post I just need a link back to my site http://www.homeinsurance.org/.
Here are some of my writing samples:
[List of seven guest-post-spammer-style blog posts omitted]
Please do let me know if this caters to your interest. Looking forward to your positive reply.
Thank you very much for the offer. We at Popehat are thrilled to receive an offer of a guest post from a professional writer. We have held a staff meeting, and by a unanimous vote, with only one abstention (well actually Clark was screaming. I'm not sure he was really following us at all. Does that count as an abstention? Or would you not count him as present in the first place? Do you have a copy of Roget's Rules of Order? Or is it Robert's Rules of Order? Roget is the Thesaurus guy, now that I think about it, right?), we have voted to invite you to submit any number of guest posts that you like.
We propose the following topics:
Ponies: Threat Or Menace?
Will My Homeowners' Insurance Cover Me If I Soil The Expensive Persian Rug In The Hall Because I Thought I Saw A Pony But It Was Actually A Largish Dog?
Which Homeowners' Insurance Companies Provide The Most Voluminous Policy Manuals, Which I Can Burn For Heat After The Pony Apocalypse In A Defiant But Ultimately Futile Attempt To Keep My Shattered Family Alive Just A Few More Desperate Days?
Bronies: The Quislings Of The Pony Occupation?
Screaming "Pony" In A Crowded Theater: A Post-Brandenburg Analysis
What Does My Insurance Policy Say About Weeping And Rocking Rhythmically?
We eagerly await your input.
Very truly yours,
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