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  1. G'day Arindam
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  2. I don't know if I like the idea of using fake names...sure there are times when privacy is important...but there are also times when being a "fake" could be devastating also. What if a site you created suddenly gained national media attention and somebody wants to contact you for a book deal? (Okay, probably not likely if you're just creating niche sites...but still something to consider!)

    1. Hi Chelle,

      Well many authors write their books using pen names too ;)

      Online of course I can give you many examples: for example, Eben Pagan markets his dating site under the "fake" name of David De Angelo; I'm not sure if he uses fake addresses too ;)

      But your comment applies to using fake addresses, phone numbers and all that. It could get one in trouble as I mentioned in the article. There are places where you can use "fake" info and then there are places you cannot; it is a matter of exercising discretion ;)

      As for receiving a "book deal", I would say it is a "far-fetched dream" for the owner of "small niche sites", but nonetheless it IS a possibility if your site discusses something unusual or controversial.

      I know one thing myself: if anyone asks me to write a book, I would decline it if is anything other than fiction :D


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