My name is Halley, and given the focus of your blog I am reaching out to see if you would be interested in a partnership with our company, StudyPoint (www.studypoint.com). We specialize in tutoring K-12 students, and after looking at your site I think that we could both benefit from working together.
Please let me know if you have any questions, and I look forward to hearing from you soon!
I answered with a "No thanks", but what I really wanted to say was:
"Really?! What part of my FOUR blogs makes you believe that we would have a beneficial relationship? The blog about shooting/gun handling? I didn't realize they taught that in K-12 education any more. The blog about horses/trail riding? Dang, where was that taught in my K-12 curriculum? I obviously went to the wrong school. The fictional blog, where I posted my NaNoWriMo stuff? Not sure at all how that would be beneficial to partner with a site that specializes in tutoring students. That leaves this blog, and where on earth do I give the impression (other than the fact that I work for a career college) that it is at all an educational blog?
"Oh, people get an education by visiting this blog, but not the kind that can be tutored for. We learn about important things like trichophobia and how far over the speed limit I drive running the canyon in Ripley."Instead of randomly picking a blog to "partner with", it might be a good idea to actually read the blog. Just a thought.