Apr 11, 2022
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Welcome to another interview with affiliates! From email list time to time, we post chats with our eye-catching affiliate marketers doing something unique or remarkable that others can learn. Today's guest is jansie blom, who is definitely the perfect explanation. He runs a site called rasp & rivert, which focuses on personal reviews of outdoor gear, tools, and even crowdfunding campaigns. It's eye-catching because his site is cruelly honest and most affiliates tend to sugar coat reviews to see and make money. Not yancey, he asks them to make it real and raw. After he reviewed thirsty affiliates, i contacted him (just before the reboot of 3.0, but he still provided a great 4/5, which is a considerable achievement from him. !). With no further effort, i let yancey pick up the mic! Q: what is your site about? Introducing yourself and how you started doing what you are doing ... Hello blair, thank you for the opportunity. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. (love the australians, even email list though we are the deadly enemies of the rugby field.)my name is yancey. The "j" is pronounced like "y" and my name rhymes in the young sea. I'm a copywriter and content marketer (the latter is obviously for now). I started writing a few years ago after doing all sorts of work, including getting a qualification as a tool maker and performing a job as a salesman for a carbide manufacturing company. I always had the knack for threading sentences, but email list it took years to get deeper than my neck. My site is a reliable source of product reviews. I buy products, test them and spill beans on long articles. Review products that make life easier, whether indoor or outdoor. And while i like to write about outdoor non-electronic devices, i welcome reviewing wise items. I used to support crowdfunding campaigns, but i decided to stop because the crowdfunding scene is filled with land mines. In fact, i'm trying to publish a bad crowdfunding campaign. I consider it obligatory.