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Interesting Today.com Dilemma

I received email notification today of a comment to one of my posts on my old Today.com blog (in case you didn’t read my earlier post, Today.com fired me). Since I no longer blog for Today.com, I’d prefer not to be notified of comments to posts that I can neither approve nor reject.


In an attempt to respond to the comment on my defunct blog (well, the blog isn’t defunct, it’s just defunct to me), I contacted the commenter directly. I explained that I no longer have access to the Today.com blog but felt her comment was worthy of a response (I also redirected her here).

After contacting the commenter, I realized that receiving email notifications of comments to the inaccessible Today.com blog isn’t so bad after all. This way I can convert my readers one at time from my Today.com readership to my No Job for Mom readership.

Thank you Today.com.

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  • Phyl June 4, 2009, 6:25 pm

    You could have been like me and been a packrat, keeping all notifications of every comment every made on my Td.c blog, in a folder of their own. 🙂

    (I should email them all back now, I imagine, and see if I can bring them over to the dark side.)

  • Cassie Tuttle June 5, 2009, 5:53 pm

    All’s well that ends well. Work it, girl!

  • Ashley July 14, 2009, 3:53 pm

    Hi Felicia,

    I have found your website very helpful. I am a recent college graduate that has yet to find a job. I have made money with textbroker when I feel like writing their mind dulling articles. I clicked on a link on your blog that sent me to eztrader. Have you ever made money in the stockmarket? I have never invested.

    • Felicia July 14, 2009, 9:04 pm

      Hi Ashley,

      I’ve dabbled in the stock market but I’m no expert. I have better control over my freelance writing than the stock market.

  • Lissie July 19, 2009, 9:03 am

    Oh that’s funny – I am still hanging onto my todaydotcom blogs – they only get updated about once a month though!

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