It’s because sometimes I’m there: Yahoo!
Ok, maybe that’s only one reason I’m not “all here”.
*shameless self-promotion alert*
In between working, sightseeing, and writing for this blog I write a little travel series for Yahoo! called “Strange RV Encounters”. It’s a bit hard to believe they let me write for them, isn’t it? Yeah, for me too.
Some of my long-time readers may recognize a few of the destinations, but I’ve had to write the articles a little differently. Unlike this goofy, poorly worded blog, Yahoo! is a proper, mainstream website — they prefer I keep my articles professional. In order to amuse myself, I sneak in a little phrase or word when I can, just to see if I can get it published.
I used “poop” in an article, and it’s published. Out there, on the web, on a proper and popular mega-website. There are others, too. This gives me just as much thrill as seeing the goofy sights included below. Hey, you can take the gal out of the goofy blog, but you can’t take the goofy out of the gal.
Below are links to the Yahoo! articles I’ve written so far. (I do get paid a fraction of a penny for each click, so come back here to read and click the next article rather than follow the link at the bottom of each article, ok?)
Please help me syndicate these articles by sharing them on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter! Thank you
(I will update this list as more articles are published. You’ll be able to easily find this post on my Press Page, under the “Articles” section, or you can bookmark this one.)
A few of you asked how to subscribe to the Yahoo! articles. Beth, my wonderful editor at Yahoo!, sent back these directions:
“There are a few options for people who’d like to subscribe to your articles. If they’re fellow members of Yahoo! Contributor Network, they can hit the “Subscribe” button on your profile page — that will send them an email every time you publish new content.
Another option is for your followers to create an RSS feed of your content using the “RSS” tool on your profile page — they can use the feed URL that they create (they can even filter this feed by using “Strange RV Encounters” as a keyword for the feed) in a feed reading application to see your content as it’s published.”
If you aren’t already subscribed to this blog, you can get a link to new posts emailed directly to you. There’s a box under my picture in the top right corner where you can enter your email address.
Now you know why I’m not “all here”. I know, it probably doesn’t explain as much as you were hoping.