Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Dodge Challenger HDR Effect

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Dodge Challenger HDR Effect, originally uploaded by bindare2.

1 comment:

johnwilpers said...

Dear Cars Photos author,

First of all, I want to tell you what you must already know (but it's always nice to hear it from someone else): Your "Cars Photos" blog is wonderful. It is a delightfully eclectic collection of stunning, fun, offbeat, colorful car photos. Anyone who loves cars would have to love your blog.

Anyway, suffice to say we love "Cars Photos" and we would like to give your work more exposure here in the United States and around the world.

My name is John Wilpers. I am the Global Blog Coordinator for GlobalPost, a new international news organization that launched on Jan. 12. We were featured in the New York Times last month. We have also been featured in the Wall Street Journal, National Public Radio, MSNBC, MediaShift on PBS, the Columbia Journalism Review, the Online Journalism Review, and many more. In barely three months, we have had 250,000 unique visitors and 1.1 million page views. Our readers have come from every country in the world except North Korea, Chad, and Eritrea!

My job is to build a list of blogs that will appear on GlobalPost where we have approximately 65 correspondents in some 46 countries plus high-profile correspondents writing about nine major themes, including all things automotive.

We are looking for enlightening, informative posts from bloggers writing (in English) about those countries and themes and would like to extend an invitation to you to have the most recent post of "Cars Photos" included on the "Wheels" page of GlobalPost.com as part of our “Global Blogs” service.

The way it would work if you accept our invitation is that we would use your RSS full-text feed to place your most recent post on your personal page on GlobalPost.com. We would point back to your actual blog for comments and for archives, hopefully driving lots of traffic to your site. Each time you write a new post, it would replace the older one so only one post would appear on GlobalPost.com at any one time.

By appearing on Global Post’s exciting new international news website, your words, viewpoints, and pictures would gain worldwide exposure.

You do not need to do anything differently. We do request that you point back to us from your blog (we will send out the code for our badge if you accept). We also ask that you use our GlobalPost headlines widget, but neither is a requirement.

I look forward to hearing from you about getting your permission to put your full-text RSS feed on our site. Thank you! (Please reply to: jwilpers@globalpost.com).


John Wilpers

Global Blog Coordinator
The Pilot House
Lewis Wharf
Boston, MA 02110