I get stupid lying requests to guest blog all of the time. Here's the latest.
I am sure you get pitched on guest posts on a daily basis so I’ll keep this short.
I am a long time reader of your blog and have been meaning to contribute – but I held back because I didn’t have a great idea that I think you’ll love.
Well, now I do. I stumbled upon an interesting topic on Lessen Workplace Drama. Would you be interested in a guest post about the topic?
And if you need it, here is a sample of my writing:
I look forward to your reply and I can't wait to get started!
Patrick del Rosario
Do you think this guy has ever read my blog? I don't. His email is totally canned.
This is from Patrick's article on BrazenCareerist.
Being fired, especially from a job you love, is one of the most devastating things that can happen. It’s not only the missing paycheck that hurts; it’s the humiliation and the big question mark about your self-worth.
I should know. Two years ago, I was fired from a job I loved, and that bitterness still lingers. But feeling bitter and acting bitter are two different things. If you want to turn being fired into an opportunity, consider these options:
His profile at BrazenCareerist says:
Patrick Del Rosario is part of the team behind Open Colleges, one of Australia’s pioneer and leading providers of web design courses and graphic design courses.
I can't find a Patrick del Rosario on Linkedin who seems to be him. So I have to wonder about his claim that he was fired from his last job.
My suspicion is that he bought some articles from someone who could write English well and is posting them wherever he can to establish an online footprint.