Expanding the Woodchuck Niche

Vermont Woodchuck

From: Amanda <***********@gmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 01, 2019 12:22 PM
To: info@the4pointer.com
Subject: New Article Contribution for the4pointer.com

Hey there,

My name is Amanda and I have been looking for a website like the4pointer.com. I really like your content and hope we can work together on generating new and exciting content.

I’m writing to see if you accept guest posts on the4pointer.com. If so, I’d love to work with you on a few articles; after they pass your editing and approval of course. I’m trying to break into this niche and would love the opportunity to post on your site. I’d be happy to pay you an editing and publishing fee for your work. You’ll get great content and payment for your efforts on my behalf.

You can always decline an article I have written for any reason, but I think we can work together to get some fresh unique content on your site

Is this something I can set up with you?

Best,
Amanda 


From: Info@the4pointer.com 
Sent: Wednesday, May 01, 2019 2:49 PM
To: Amanda <***********@gmail.com>
Subject: New Article Contribution for the4pointer.com

Hi Amanda,

If you’ve been looking for a website like the4pointer.com then you’ll know that one of my more popular topics is hunting woodchucks.  From time to time I have written about hunting them and even eating them. The snow has finally melted here (where are you?) and woodchucks are beginning to emerge from their dens – my readers are thinking about woodchucks again. They want more woodchuck content and good woodchuck content at that. The problem I face is that I’ve been so busy at work and with other life happenings, that I haven’t had time to write new, good woodchuck content I’ve become famous for.  

Good woodchuck content must include stories of hunting them, and they must include humor. One does not hunt woodchucks without smiling while recounting the tale to their buddies. It should also include the history, anatomy, interesting life cycle facts, and best recipes for the woodchuck. Where did they come from? What do they do? How do they dig those holes they live in? What do they eat? What is the best way to eat them? How do they just appear in your backyard uninvited one day and take up residence under your shed? These are hard hitting questions that need to be addressed in any good article.

Is this the niche you referred to breaking into in your email? If so, let me know. Maybe we can work together, but only if you have experience hunting them.

Best,
Tim

Somewhat shockingly, Amanda has not responded. 

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New and exciting woodchuck content…..I can hardly wait. I hope Amanda is up to the chore, they can be illusive…easy to see but hard to get a shot at.

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