June 18, 2009
"It's a new day... but it all feels old... It's the good life... That's what I'm told... But every day at all just seems the same..."
Jordan grew up watching America's number 1 sport, NASCAR. He spent countless hours sitting in front of the tube, gaining weight each weekend and getting bigger and bigger (now you know why he doesn't have a real profile picture!)
After hours upon hours of sitting on the couch. Jordan decided to declare himself a racing "expert," as all racing fans believe they are.
Moderator: Who is leading the points Mr. White?
Jordan White: Tony Stewart.
Moderator: Correct again! Question number two, who is second in the point standings?
Jordan White: Jeff Gordon.
Moderator: You are the King. Final question to declare you NASCAR's most knowledgeable fan. Who is Jimmie Johnson's crew chief?
Jordan White: Chad Knaus, but I'm working on a tip that he's an Angel from above. Who else can have that much trouble, yet win races and championships constantly!
Moderator: Ding, Ding, Ding! Mr. White is right again!
There you have it, Jordan White, NASCAR's Most Knowledgeable Fan!
THANK YOU ..HERE IS A DECENT READ...LOL...LOL..
Hey Jordon: Welcome to the NASCAR community! I am literally brand new to the co-community leader thing but a few people have asked me about the syndicated writer status. Here is what I've learned thus far. Articles should be at least 300-500 words and should be pretty consistent. Don't hesitate to ask someone to have a look and edit id needed. Ben Bomberger is a great editor & will be happy to help you with any of that.
I know that there is a team at B/R that reviews all writers to determine syndicated status, so keep the articles coming. Also, jump in & start dialogues by commenting on other writer articles that you feel strongly about. It will help the community get to know you.
You'll find that it is a big, friendly, supportive group of people here!
Thanks for the fan add!
The syndicated writer things is very difficult to understand. From what I know, you need to write articles very, very regularly and they need to be picked up by other sites.
However, once you have it, you can lose it. It's something that comes and goes.
Thanks for the fan add the other day, just returned the favor.
Back at you for the fan add!
thanks for the add and the POTD