One of the issues that I now have it that they do not tell you the criterion of how they select who's in and who's out. I'd really like to know. I have my own personal ideas, but am I the only one who has been ignored. I could ramble on and on about the reasons why but I'd like to hear from you my favorite readers! You're experienced and savvy! And this is what I want to know:
Did you submit your own application or did someone else (like a follower or reader)? If you were accepted, what communication did you receive? Did seamingly send a rejection e-mail to you? Are you receiving the silent treatment like b4thedoor? Should I try and submit again? Should I forget about it?
Readers, please don't pity me and send an application on my behalf. Please don't. I want hear from Seamingly.com about the facts from them.
I'm not hating on those who are in...I've been following their blogs, and admired their mastery since before I had a blog via rss feeds. You're inspirational! So it's not that at all.
Lastly, about those voting buttons, I'm guessing that they will pass along some code once you receive their 'welcome packet', then you can customize it to your website. And the more your readership votes the higher your site moves on the Seamingly.com blog list. Are you popular? Are you cool with the kids?
This week I have plans to freshen up the place, I know, it could be prettier, but I don't know code, I know fabric, so it may take more like 7 months than 7 days. I'm trying readers!
So, in addition to my previous list of questions, I'm opening the door to some honest witty feedback mostly, constructive tidbits if you will, but don't get anonymous crazy. Be bold.