I hope you are well.
Would you be interested in collaborating with me on a free high-end article for publication on your site popehat.com?
All of my articles are of high-end editorial quality and will be 100% unique to you. I will provide a genuine piece that your readers will enjoy reading and will include one link in the body of the article.
Is there any particular area you'd like to see covered on the site? I have a number of topic ideas that I'd be happy to discuss with you further.
Please do get in touch if this is of interest to you.
Ken At Popehat
Dear Mr. Charles,
I am well! Thank you for so hoping.
I am intrigued by the offer of a high-end article, particularly one that comes for free. It has been difficult to produce content for the website of late owing to a variety of factors that are best not transmitted by wire over state lines.
There is a particular area I'd like to see covered. Let me begin by asking — are any of your writers capable of addressing health and safety hazards? If so I will elaborate.
Ken At Popehat
Jan 27 (8 days ago)
Mr. Charles? Are you there?
Jan 29 (6 days ago)
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Thanks for your email, appreciate you getting back to us.
My name is Aimee, I work with David here.
We are interested in working with you, and wondered if you would be interested in an article focusing on maintaining your brand status internationally online?
The article will be of the highest editorial quality and include one do follow link.
Would you be interested in proceeding?
Editorial Quality Manager
Ken At Popehat
Feb 3 (1 day ago)
Thank you for responding! I sure hope David is all right. I was getting worried.
I appreciate your offer of an article focusing on maintaining my brand status internationally online.
Would this article be unique to our site? It would be hard to maintain our brand status even in this county, let alone internationally, if we have the same article everyone else has.
I'm very happy to hear that the article will be of the highest editorial quality. I don't mind sharing with you, Aimee, that we have some editorial issues at Popehat.com. There are fewer after certain legal proceedings involving Clark, but they have weighed heavily on my heart.
Is it possible to seek any customization of the article? I have nothing but respect for your high editors' grasp of multinational brand status issues, but there are certain pressing issues that I think are especially important. I'm wondering, specifically, if the article could address certain fell but little-known risks to brand status (and even to health and security).
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Thanks for getting back to me, much appreciated.
David is fine, he is just a bit snowed under at work now. Thanks for your kind concern :)
The article will be unique to your site, and I will not offer or share the content elsewhere.
You can of course have customization of the article, could you please let me know what you would like included or omitted in particular, and I can work this in.
I would need to request that the article is not tagged as either a guest post, posted by admin or mention Specialist Authors (at my managers request).
Would these conditions be OK for you?
Thank you again for your reply.
Ken At Popehat
4:28 PM (4 minutes ago)
I am glad to hear that David is all right, and that he has not been, say, trampled. NOT TRAMPLED! I just mean, uh, inconvenienced.
I am thrilled that you will customize my article! I feel that now brand status will be maintained not just internationally, but uniquely. You have no idea how worried bloggers are about their brand getting mixed up with other brands, like that time all those people from InfoWars got here by mistake and started screaming that I was the Whore of Babylon and that their anti-chemtrail-wristbands would protect them from my discussions of defamation jurisprudence. That was brand HUMILIATION, Aimee, and I'd like to avoid it if I can do so legally and consistent with my medical regimen.
So! Let's maintain the Popehat brand, internationally, even in countries that sound like hipsters, like Chad.
Here's what I would like included in the article: the grave physical and psycho-sexual hazards posed to brands by the Grave Pony Menace in the form of the Pony State of America and Canada (PSAC, pronounced "sack," as in ball- or gunny-). We can pretend to ignore it, Aimee, if we live in a Green Zone, like Chicago or Duluth or the Vice President's residence (the Vice President finds ponies distracting). But other places can't ignore it. The ponies — they come. They come. How can something so moderate-sized and fluffy be so inexorable? They come, and they stomp, and trample, and bite, and rear up in a showy and disconcerting way, and they stare into our eyes. When you stare into the pony, Aimee, the pony stares into you, particularly if it has ripped your midsection open with it's snake-quick sharp teeth.
How can we brand, given the threat of ponies? We can work to develop a brand — legal commentary, apocalyptic fantasy, trolling MRAs, art — what what good is the brand when the ponies show up? Lickety-split our customers go from saying "Popehat is where I go for trenchant free speech commentary" to "Popehat is where I went and saw a pony rip out a man's femoral artery and he seemed to do jazzhands as he bled out but that was probably just frightened flailing and they made Clark clean up but the place still smells ominously coppery." That's no brand. How do you pitch that? Hipster or not that will not test well in Chad.
So: in summation, please have your high editors create a piece that explains how Popehat can remain about legally sophisticated and informative snark, INTERNATIONALLY, and not about glistering piles of viscera left carelessly behind by things with names like Shasta and Clip-Clop and Prettypretty. HELP US DEFEND OUR BRAND.
I would be happy, per your request, to mention Specialist Authors. I hope that your Specialist Author who specializes in pony-violence has a name evoking probity, wisdom, and defiance.
I remain, very truly yours,
P.S. The backlink is fine, but it can only contain a p and an n, not a p and an n AND an o or y.
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