Triond tells me to try submitting once again, but I still wait for a convincing response to all my queries.
Today on August 18th 2012 I have received an email from Triond saying that I had been absent from here for quite few weeks and that I am missed.
Oh dear, exclaimed I, as read on their email.
I contacted their Get Satisfaction for umpteenth time to tell them why I had been absent for some weeks since July 24th.
I haven’t been on holiday, although, I had a lovely week at the beginning of August. Yet, the rest of the time I have been working away on my computer.
Get Satisfaction replies back telling me to try again submitting an article and back I go to them to tell them that before I resume my article publication with them, I’d like a convincing response to my countless queries from Triond, and, if possible, an apology for having had four articles in a row declined from July 21 to 24 under the excuse of “duplicate content” on-line.
I don’t think this is much asking for a writer who has been writing for Triond since 2010 and I have been writing patiently to improve my marketing skills to increase my views / payment, although, what I have achieved to earn up till now wouldn’t pay much there in the US. I could probably have a cup of coffee and a sandwich.
But worry not; I always regarded this as a daily practice to create a quality portfolio to show to some potential editor elsewhere.
If by declining me four articles in a row under the excuse of “duplicate content” on-line, which is almost the same as accusing someone of plagiarism, they should have shown the sources and proofs.
Everyone who has read all my articles on writing knows well what I think of plagiarism. I am totally opposed to it and I will fight against it wherever I am and with all means possible.
Do feel welcome to have a look on all my articles on the topic.
To end, I’d like to say that I swear this brief article is of my sole and original work. Should there be a similar one out there, it is mere coincidence.
If I was going to use someone else’s work to pass it as my own and to try to get money, I’d be very much ashamed of myself and I would definitely quit writing for good.
Copyright. Vicky Pino. August 18th 2012. Rights reserved.