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They lost me at University of Phoenix. That's not even a real school. What do you have to do to get into that school? Like open the door? Good luck transfering your credits for a real degree.
Anyway, I make a freakin killing when I work a 9-5 and do freelancing on the side. If I didn't hate getting chained to a desk for 8 hours a day and having some middle manager ask me about 45 different status reports, I'd rake in the dough doing both.
Not only is University of Phoenix not a real school, but this isn't a real article. His "friend" Ryan seems to be the focus of a lot of his articles. His content has "affiliate partner" written all over it. Would also explain why he has 30k+ Twitter followers but he only follows 10.
The article also links to Ryan's spammy page selling his "get rich by freelancing classes". I have to give it to these guys, the websites look legit on the surface.
But Copyscape suggests this article was written by a freelancer for $1 for 100 words and regurigtated over the internet a few hundred times.
That's what it is like to be freelancer. The cold, harsh, truth.
Nice catch, Cairenn. Looks like you probably found a dude who sells links on Inc.
I have to tell ya, it's tempting. People will pay thousands to a writer who can get a link on these sites.
Catching this stuff is why I get the big bucks, Jennifer. (cough)
It is possible that this guy is a freelancer that was hired from a post for "someone who has an Inc. account". Who knows?