When will I achieve the level of recognition I think I deserve?
When will I be famous?
When will I get my picture in the papers.
After-all I work hard. I work very hard.
Below is just a small collection of the work I produce and publish:
Chris Spivey says he deserves to be a multi-millionaire
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Suffer the Hampstead kids - A Special Report by Matt Taylor
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Guerrilla Democracy News - News the Mainstream daren't report!
Matt Taylor's News Service
British Royal Family named as Ninth Circle Satanic Cult members
Queen is named as part of International Paedophile ring
Katy Bourne - Fraud Commissioner
Queen Elizabeth II dethroned by Moai King
opinion/2016/10/world- exclusive-queen-elizabeth-ii- dethroned-by-native-moai-king- 001204367.html
Prince William and Prince George killed in a terrorist attack
Katy Bourne Speculation - A Special Report by Matt Taylorhttp://
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Shoreham Air-Show cover-up? A special Report by Matt Taylorhttps://gettingreadyfor2015.
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The Windsor Royal Dynasty will end in 2016
The Story of the Century - The Moai are Coming
Brighton Hit and Run - In the style of Chris Spivey
Camber Sands - A Tragedy - A Cover-up - A Special Report by Matt Taylor
Day in, day out, I write and write and write. I know people read what I write because I continually check out my readership stats on a daily basis.
For example; on one day last week 7,000 people read my article- The Imminent Arrest of the Queen.
6,000 people read it the following day and 2,000 the day after.
I know people read my stuff because certain articles go viral (when I least expect them to.)
The thrill and excitement of watching an article go viral is awesome and immense fun.
I expect writers are like musicians. Everyone likes to have their work valued, watched and shared.
The last impression I want to impress is that I've ungrateful for the feed-back I receive. But on the whole, I get no feedback and have no idea how well my articles are received.
I like to think I write explosive articles ,which other reporters would love to write but daren't to, (because they know the reaction of their editors if they did.)
I predominately share and publicise my articles using Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. (Plus taking full advantage of tags,) I get a lot of traffic directed to my articles via Google searches.
Oh how I wish I could do more...
I often rack my brain thinking of ways to publicise my articles, to get them read by as many people as possible.
Facebook and Google are my biggest asset tools. A well directed and headlined article has the potential to be shared thousands and thousands of times. But still I want more.
If you can think of any ways I can get my articles read by more people, please let me know. It often feels as if I'm hitting my head against a brick wall; or better yet, hitting my head against the glass ceiling.