Co-Authors For Articles?

Seriously, I just don’t get it.

Why do people who write 250-500 word articles need a co-author for their articles? Is it because one of them couldn’t come up with the whole article by themselves? I’m sure this is not the reality in many cases, but it’s what I think when I see them sometimes. Heck, I usually think that one of the two of them really wrote it and the other just got a name mention for helping with inspiration.

Our system is not very friendly for authors who insist on having a co-author added to their author BY line…We only offer the service manually… meaning, if you have a co-author, put their name in the RESOURCE BOX and we’ll add it to your article before the article goes live on the site.

What are your thoughts on why some article writers have a co-author?

1 Comment »

Jeanette Fisher writes:

Remember when we struggled to get 100 articles in by a deadline? I asked my business associate to help me with some articles.

That’s why.

Never again.

Just because someone has a college degree, doesn’t mean she can write.


Comment provided May 12, 2005 at 4:31 PM


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