I have been a fan of Oliver Moy since the beginning of the year, and am an owner of his online shop, Oliver Moys. For the longest time, I was a fan of his work, but when I saw his latest collection, The Only Fans, I was sold. As someone who has been obsessed with self-awareness in the form of being mindful of my own actions, I was intrigued once again.
As I said before, most of the content of the current collection is only for online customers. You can look through the entire collection for free, but the first time you click on a product, you will need a credit card and a little bit of time (they don’t want you to make a bunch of money right off the bat). But if you are willing to put in the effort, you can also purchase them from the shop.
That’s the difference between buying content for your blog or website versus buying content for your email newsletter. Because I can’t go back and say when I purchased a piece of content, I knew that I was purchasing a piece of content for a future time. The more I read the more convinced I became that I was buying an email newsletter.
When you purchase content, it is the end result that is important, not how much you paid. You may be a content consumer but it is still a purchase. The content you purchase is what you are looking at in the first place. It is what you are going to use in your email newsletter.
Before I bought this content, I was a content consumer. After I bought this content, I was a content consumer. So I guess it makes sense that you might think I am now in the position of a content consumer because I am now in the position of a content consumer. Its also the same thing between me and Oliver Moy: I am in the position of a content consumer and Oliver Moy is in the position of a content consumer.
No. Its not. The difference between me and Oliver Moy is that Oliver Moy has been an email subscriber for years now, and I have never subscribed to his emails. The difference between us is that I have not yet subscribed to his newsletters. I guess in that case there is no difference.
The only thing we can all agree on with Oliver Moy is that he can’t read our emails. That is because we have always signed up to his newsletters, and we have never unsubscribed. So it’s really that simple.
The difference between me and Oliver Moy is that I have never subscribed to his newsletters. I have never unsubscribed to those. I have unsubscribed him from his various newsletters, but he has NOT sent me a newsletter. I have unsubscribed him from his blog, but he has not sent me a blog, and I have not yet sent him a blog to unsubscribe from.
He has, however, sent me an email, and I haven’t unsubscribed from it yet. So that is my unsubscribe, and I don’t care how many emails he sends me. But I do miss him.
I think I might have to change my entire profile pic to an image of me wearing my favorite shirt. I’m a bit of a fashion snob, and for some reason, when I first read The Secret, I thought the shirt had to be white. I mean, I’m a guy who likes to wear black, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that I like things that are black.