[MUD-Dev] Re: Off topic! But please help

Holly Sommer hsommer at micro.ti.com
Wed Jun 10 13:21:30 New Zealand Standard Time 1998

On Wed, 10 Jun 1998, Marian Griffith wrote:

> Yesterday I got the following email  and I was wondering if anybody here
> knew anything about this. What am I to think about this and perhaps some
> even can tell me if I should take them seriously or just consider them a
> joke or a compliment to my website?  I am not so good  with this kind of
> things and you hear a lot about frauds and scams on the internet.  Would
> it be save for me to visit their website?

> The Mining Co., has an opportunity that I hope will interest you. We're
> looking for someone with expertise to run our Multi-User Role Playing Games
> site, pointing people to the best Internet resources and leading a growing
> on-line community, and we're hoping you'll consider applying for the
> position.  

The Mining Co. is a legit deal. You host a topic, and, based on the 
amount of traffic which goes through your hosted pages, you get paid. I 
know a few people who have done this. Most of them hosted niche subject 
matters like "modern jazz" or "wine tasting" so they didn't see much 
traffic, but it was some money, and if you have the spare time, sure. 
It's a matter of whether you can keep the information interesting enough 
to keep people coming back and checking out lots of things.

If I had more time, I would have approached them myself :)


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