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There is more to the modeling world than the media lets on. If you want to find out what it really takes and how to manage your modeling career, then you've come to the right place! This blog is dedicated to the aspiring and already established models who live to defy the standards and stereotypes in order to make a place for themselves in this crazy industry.
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
ANNOUNCEMENT: New Blog for Reader Questions
A while back I posted my concerns about how many reader questions I was receiving. While I want to continue helping individuals with questions, I'm seeing that the sheer number that pop up everyday is starting to overwhelm the actual posts about modeling that my blog has come to be known for.
Because I want to keep my readers happy by creating new posts about the modeling industry as well as answering their questions, I've decided to create an entirely separate Modeling 101 blog for the sole purpose of answering reader questions. Right now I don't think there's a tool that allows me to move my existing Answering a Reader Question series over to the new blog so for now those will remain here.
However, from this point on, the reader questions I receive here will be automatically redirected to the new blog site. Here are some FAQs to help my readers understand the transition:
Q: Where do I post my questions?
A: You can still leave your reader questions as comments on any of my Modeling 101 - A Model's Diary blog posts. That part won't change at all.
Q: How will I find your answer to my questions?
A: I will reply to your reader question in the form of a comment on the blog post where you posted your original question--that part won't change, either. BUT instead of my standard reply, my updated reply will provide you with the new Modeling 101 blog URL where you'll be able to find my post directly related to the question you've asked.
Q: Are you going to start all over with the numbering for the Answering a Reader Question Series?
A: No. I think that would only confuse readers. Instead I'll be picking up right where the numbering left off on here, which is currently in the high 300s.
Q: Can I post questions on your Reader Question blog instead of your original Modeling 101 blog?
A: Yes! You can comment on any of the blog posts on the new Reader Question blog and I'll reply back.