Product? Me?

What Product do I offer? Mmmm. Well none really. On my blog I tend to write about a variety of things, about my travels, about things that I want to talk about, anything really. I know, I know. I am supposed to have a niche and consider selling something. Ooops.

I do somethings do things for money. I get paid to do photography from time to time, but that I don’t promote on my blog. I don’t consider myself a photographer – my business card says “camera addict” but I get asked to do some things. I am happy to do so – have been happy to be the official photographer for a group for some years and never received a cent for it, so when I am offered a paid job, I consider it. But I don’t promote myself in this field.



The Sun Rises


Stairway to the Morning Sun

Writing is my “love” and I do write for and do other writing too – but I don’t promote myself.  I have done contracts but I don’t push it.  I will be doing something along those lines shortly, but it has not been part of my past.  Anyone interested in writing for $$$s at Weekend Notes? Let me know – send a message.

I do help folk with their writing, I help writers with their marketing and I have run Blog Workshops for a while, but I have been such a “mobile” soul since 2008.

I spent 2008 and part of 2010 as an English teacher in China, 2009 I was in South Korea, and in the latter part of 2010 I started a 2 year “career” as a house sitter while I studied, and then did my drive around Australia.  I have lived in the same unit for over 3 years now, but I am not settled.  I don’t know where I will live next year, or what I will do, and I have travelled to China twice in the last 9 months so I find it hard to set up a business.  However, watch this space.  I have something I am working on.

So, watch this space.  Soon I will have a product to sell.


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About Di Hill

My business card says "Writer, Traveller, Camera Addict, Bamboo Fan, Workshop Presenter." This website will focus on my writing - and the workshops I present. Workshops on Blogging, Marketing for Writers, and Life Story Writing.
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