You May Quote Me

“You may quote me” is my reply to the question: “Can I quote your article on my blog”, but there are requirements for quoting me. I expect you to give proper credit as to where you found the article. I always write all articles personally, and therefore my articles ARE unique. I can trace all my content anywhere on the internet, and subsequently quoting me without paying proper tribute in the form of a return link could become expensive.

At the very least, I expect the following text:

This article was written by Henrik Blunck, and found on his Earning Money Online blog

If you want to copy and paste the code, you can right-click with your mouse, and find the code in the source code that appears. It’s easy to copy (CTRL+C) and paste (CTRL+V) into the article at the bottom, which is the normal place to insert this tribute for quoting. But you may also choose to quote me and insert it at the top. It could be useful to use the hr-code to insert a line before the article, but that is a question of personal taste, and you may quote me any way you like as long as proper source IS mentioned.

Could I Buy Articles From You?
You could buy individual articles for your own blog, but these are made specifically according to your needs, search words to be included etc. If you buy ten articles, you can get a special New Year offer of only US.$.395.00 for TEN articles that are custom written according to your needs.

You can use the PayPal payment button to start the process. You insert the key words needed, and I will send you TEN articles with a length of between 6-800 words fully optimized and ready to insert on your own blog within one week.


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But you MUST hurry if you want to get this offer, ’cause it’s only open until January 1st 2010 at 1:00 PM CET (Central European Time).

Buying that offer needs no article source. You can put your own name to the articles, and if you want to resell them afterwards, you are free to do so. My normal price for one article is between $45 and $50 dollars, so you’re saving over 100$ when you accept the offer.

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