I had some guy inquire to write for our Seaplanemagazine.com right after we launched the site but he thought his professional wisdom was worth more than Seaplanemagazine.com itself.
Rajay actually just joined our small team as "Technical Content Editor" covering his own line of topics. Everyone who knows him from here, knows that this guy can write and knows the trade. Chris, Sky and I are very happy to have him in our little team.http://seaplanemagazine.com/2017/07/25/ ... nt-editor/
Eventually I can start paying small fees for guest articles, as feedback to our new advertising system has been extremely positive. For a whole year I refused to even talk advertising, to make sure the site could stand on its own.
The magazine has exceeded my wildest expectations in terms of growing readership and followers.
Only about 45% of our traffic comes from Facebook, and Facebook has been the only valid social media platform to promote the magazine.
We share every single article on Facebook and Twitter.http://www.facebook.com/seaplanemagazinehttp://www.twitter.com/seaplanemag
We just hit 500 completely organic likes
and for the first time in several years, I enjoy being a part of this industry again.
2018 will bring some cool and exciting stuff, such as the Seaplanemagazine.com App and Live Coverage from OSH (if we get enough sponsors
We now have ~230 articles in circulation, more up to date and direct than any other print medium out there.
My aim is 6 articles per week, mainly news, then some videos, history stuff, pictures, there is more than enough to do.
You can submit your favorite Waterbird Pictures, or tell me directly if you wish to share a interesting story about your flying adventures.
The best: I answer my emails in less than 1/2 hour and respond to EVERYONE, friend or enemy.