A Word About Blogging in Second Life

OMG! 😮 Fortunately I’m not a ‘store blogger’, never have been, never will. So nobody can dictate or influence the way I blog about stuff, should I decide to blog about it at all.
Rest assured your editrix only blogs about shit she likes and uses regularly. No matter if bought, found as a freebie or given to me by friends and aquaintances. If you find it in this blog – and maybe even as a MP or inworld store link, it’s good shit. That’s all I gotta say about being a blogger for hire. I just don’t do it!

Read about Amanda’s experience with a very demanding store owner …

Magick Thoughts SL ❤ Le meilleur de Second Life

You know what grinds my gears? Rules that are ridiculous that’s what. I mean I understand stores in Second Life have rules for their bloggers to follow and rules they themselves follow in terms of managing all the bloggers. But has it ever ever been acceptable to control the blogger so drastically? As a designer in SL, when is it ok to dictate exactly how a blogger posts to flickr.  Why would you tell a blogger that they cannot share their blog post link on their own picture they did for you? Are you afraid their blog is taking away exposure to your store? What is the problem here? I am finding it hard to wrap my head around the idea that a store in SL would not let their blogger share their own blog on their own picture on Flickr.

I am not going to say the store that…

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