Lynn Kindler Interview With Chris Knight

Coaching/Life-Purpose Perspective:

Life Coach & EzineArticles expert Lynn Kindler interviewed me about what I love about writing, how I view EzineArticles and the service role of the site, what the future may entail for us, how EzineArticles is morphing, why there is always positive energy in each EzineArticles newsletter, what impact is having on the world, and why I’m passionate about what I do.



Audrey Okaneko writes:


She asked some great questions. It’s interesting how the various folks who itnerview you each ask a different set of questions.

The interview did leave me with one question….how many articles do you/your team approve on a daily or weekly basis?

Audrey :)

Comment provided October 8, 2006 at 6:04 PM




We aim to approve 1,000+ per day, but lately we’ve been approving 700-800 per day M-F, and best effort only on the weekends.

We’ve been slowing down a bit because I’m demanding a higher level of quality in our approvals and will soon be having every article reviewed by two humans instead of just one.

To give you a perspective, right now I think we may be erroring about 1 in every 100 articles and I want to see that raised to 1 in every 100,000 articles… but that’s a very expensive proposition that we’re undertaking because it’ll double our costs to approve/review articles… something I had hoped we wouldn’t have to do, but now I’m seeing it as a ‘no choice’ option to survive long-term.

Comment provided October 8, 2006 at 6:15 PM


Lance Winslow writes:

Very excellent question and answer period, keep doing those, it really shows the World what EzineArticles is all about and this is only the beginning. I see the future and it is so Bright, I think I am going to install Solar Panels!!!

Comment provided October 8, 2006 at 7:34 PM


Audrey Okaneko writes:

“erroring”? Are you talking about accepting non original content?

Chris, you have an incredible team. Wally is the only one who posts on your blog and on the message boards, but I know you have a larger team than just Wally ;) They do an incredible job. Even when I submit articles on weekends, they are always approved quickly.

Lance, I continue to scan your new articles and read what I can. Your opinions and mine are quite similiar on some issues.

I’m not quite writing the one article per day I had hoped I’d be writing but I’m close. I’m sitting on 9 articles right now that I’ll upload mid week after I reread them for typos.

Audrey :)

Comment provided October 8, 2006 at 9:08 PM


Lance Winslow writes:

Audrey, well I certainly hope you like my articles, but no sense in trying to read them all. I think I am up 500 on the month already and trying to hit 10,000 by the 15th of October; at 9822 today and working quite hard to come up with titles and topics at this rate of creation.

Comment provided October 8, 2006 at 9:28 PM


Khalid Osman writes:

I’ve just read it Chris. It’s great to see you attracting new ventures and exposing your reputation. I love this strategy and am trying my hand on it. Looking forward to read the others. Just too busy, ya no;-)

Comment provided October 9, 2006 at 1:44 AM




When I say “erroring” I mean quality control issues, such as accepting content we shouldn’t have accepted, not making a link active for a newbie member who failed to figure out how to do it, accidentally accepting an article with an affiliate link or any number of many dozens of errors that our editors are trained to identify…. yet sometimes miss.

Comment provided October 9, 2006 at 5:22 AM


Eric Sutherland writes:

Liked the vision, personal goals and seeing whats in it for all the article authors ! keep up the good work.

Comment provided October 9, 2006 at 1:14 PM


Leeuna Foster writes:

She did a teriffic job with the interview. She covered a lot of ground that I missed. :-) Thanks for sharing these and I look forward to reading the others.

Comment provided October 9, 2006 at 3:15 PM


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