How I started "note" and what my future plans are.
What do I write for?
Who do I write for?
What do I want to convey?
What can I do?
I became interested in cooking, created my own recipes, and became a recipe writer.
Although I received compensation, it was a long way from my direction and aspirations.
What clients wanted and what I wanted were very different.
I didn't want to write articles that were all fishing maneuvers to earn PV and that were only thin in content.
I didn't want to write articles with little content for the purpose of displaying advertisements or for affiliate marketing.
I want to send out my own unique articles to people who are really searching for articles.
I do not want my articles to be viewed in the same light as other general articles.
An article is not the end of the story once you read it; it continues after that.
Even if your life changes, your environment changes, your way of thinking changes...
I want to continue to write articles, regardless of genre, that will have some positive impact on those who read them, whenever possible.
I would like to continue to write articles, regardless of genre.
I found "note" when I was struggling a bit with various thoughts.
I was not confident in myself, so I was not comfortable with paid articles.
However, I decided to start it because I thought it was necessary for me to continue to send out better articles to those who need them.
I also believe that this will reduce the likelihood that some of the recipes will be plagiarized for convenience and reprinted in recipes that are less informative and more likely to cause injury to the person who made them.
As I wrote in "Writers' Moral Decline and Management's Responsibility," I don't want the same thing to happen again.
I have always had unlimited overall publication, but I am changing my policy slightly.
I will be moving some recipes and articles and setting up pay-as-you-go settings from time to time.
I think there are pros and cons to paying.
Some of you may be thinking, "Why pay when others are free?"
Some people may think so.
It is up to the reader to decide whether or not the article has value.
If it is a common article with no special value, free is of course appropriate.
However, I never want them to be seen as the same as the common articles that are already out there.
I want people to see the thought that went into the article, the process that went into making it, the maintenance, the subsequent interaction and impact, etc., all included.
I am often called arrogant when I write this.
After all, it's all about the money, isn't it?"
Some people say so.
But even if they say that, I don't want to bend on that point.
If I were to write about the same things as other people, there would be no need for me to write about them in the first place.
I searched and searched, but couldn't find the answer.
I didn't find the article I was looking for.
I want to know how to do something in detail, but I can't find it.
I want to send a message in my own way to those who feel this way on a regular basis.
I know there are still some things that I haven't done yet.
I hope that you will understand that I am still not very good at what I do, but I would appreciate it if you would understand my approach to paid articles.
Other general articles will be written on the nametoma blog.
Thank you for your continued support.