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2-03-2010 @ 11:21AM
*sigh*. USA-centric AOL doesn't allow other writers even to sign up for a Seed account. Unfortunately, that merely reinforces the standard expansion of AOL in England.wow.com certainly has stated that they're willing to hire non-US writers in the past. Dan, is this a temporary blip or a shift in policy?
2-03-2010 @ 11:31AM
If we are contracting regular writers like we just did for the new Druid, Lore, AddOn, Shaman and Lawyer columns, we are able to hire them if they live outside of the U.S. But Seed is an entirely different mechanism for hiring Guest Bloggers and it is currently limited to U.S. based writers only. I wish it weren't so, but as mentioned above, the limitations of Seed are not something I have a say in.Dan O'HalloranManaging EditorWoW.com
2-03-2010 @ 12:00PM
Thanks, Dan. I'll reserve my wrath (of the zilch king) for AOL then :-).
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