April 17, 2011

GetRealHockey.blogspot.com wants to Expand our Blogger Roster

The team @ GetRealHockey.blogspot.com wants to expand our roster of bloggers.  The group of bloggers keep growing and we expect to institute a new "co-op" platform for the blog starting May 1st, 2011.
The package will be based on performance.  GetRealHockey.blogspot.com will be  entering some new sponsorship agreements and joint venture partnerships which will allow us to monetize the blog.
GetRealHockey.blogspot.com is the starting point for the Get Real family of websites.  The big picture behind the "Get Real" themed family of websites is quite interesting. We have secured 400+ Get Real themed URLs and we intend to build a network of sites which will all support a brand. 
Some of the Get Real URLs we have secured include:
1)        GetRealHockey.com
2)        GetRealFootball.com
3)        GetRealBaseball.com
4)        GetRealBasketball.com
The  "Get Real" brand will be worldwide and it will be the destination for sports fans who want the "Real" info on their sports heroes and teams.
You can get a good idea of the Get Real theme by turning up this song.

This is going to be a heck of a ride.  If this goes as expected, we will be building a  $100 million brand.
If you want to be part of the team, please email us @ getrealhockey@gmail.com.  The "co-op" platform will distribute 50% of the monthly net revenue between our bloggers.  We will take all the articles written during the month and dole out the cash to the writers based on the percentage of articles that they wrote for that month.  If you write 10% of the articles you get 10% of the net revenue.  If you write 50% of the articles you get 50% of the net revenue and so on.  In order for payouts to occur, there will have to a minimum of 15 articles written per month.  Everyone will be given credit on the site so this will make it easy for writers to follow and track the potential payout.
This formula means that everyone wins.   Traffic increases with content which in turn drives revenue.  More content = more readers = bigger revenue= bigger payouts for writers.

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