Calling All Writers, Etc…

Part of running a site like this is that it allows you to cover the issues, topics, etc. that you want to cover.

It’s the ability to be your own boss, do what you want, say what you want to say…

Well, you get the idea.

The drawback to the “being your own boss-doing your own thing” is that, it’s just you.

Which usually translates into you not being able to cover everything you want too…

Which can be somewhat frustrating at times.

Thankfully, I do have a good support system which allows me to do this and a couple of local writers willing to contribute articles…

But…

I need/can use, more.

There are a LOT of things I want to cover/talk about/raise awareness for here at the Register-Republic. I want to discuss faith-based issues, things that have to do with raising a family as well as have others sharing life experiences…

And that’s just for starters.

That’s where you; our readers, come in.

I know that many of you have no problem sharing thoughts about those topics (and more) on social media sites,like Facebook.

I know that there are people of Faith; ministers, pastors and lay leaders who get up in front of a crowd and talk about such and how to deal with it on a regular basis..

I just want to help you expand your audience.

Using Google analytics and key targeting, I can reach up to 65k plus…

And that’s just what I call ‘local’.

Adding shares and likes on Facebook and Twitter; for starters, the audiance grows even larger.

All I need is for people to step up a little and  write, share, tell us your story.

You can email me at editor@register-republic.com , message me on our Facebook page or call me direct at (256)-341-7101 Monday through Friday from 8-whenever.

I’ll be glad to answer any questions you might have.

Thanks,

The Editor

 

 

 

 

1 Comment

  1. What is a government? It simply is an organization of individuals who are given authority by either their election or by employment to make decisions effecting other’s lives, the extent of their purview being controlled by some law or regulation. Out forefathers were diligent to recognize the temptation of man to gain power and dictatorial control over others for their own betterment. They drafted a Constitution establishing certain rights which those in government could not deny, and set limits on the officials in government to preclude a dictatorship’s existence. This Constitution doesn’t give authority to the people running the government (who are actually the government) but rather limits their activities. One good example is the First Amendment’s guarantee of freedom of religion. It allowed citizens the right to worship as they wish, period. It doesn’t hinder the citizen’s exercise of his beliefs in regard to government decisions. it limits the ability of the government to infringe on that right. It says nothing about limiting the citizen’s influence, only the government official’s ability to stop the citizen from working that belief system into all aspects of his life. Again, the Constitution limits government, not the citizen.

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