We’re talking numbers

Today I want to let you know just how much you mean to me – you, my readers – and this time we’re talking numbers.

I got an unusual email in my inbox yesterday – unusual because one, I was not expecting it, and two, because it’s this kind of email that you get only once a year. Specifically, it turns out that my personal plan was renewed yesterday! I thought the date was sometime in December, and I still had time to decide whether I want to continue with it. I bought “kotersey.com” last year at some WordPress sale – for 72 PLN or some other silly money like that – but yesterday the amount came to a whopping 240 PLN. Turns out my “plan” costs 168 PLN and my “domain” costs 72 PLN.

Oh, now I see what it is. Maybe I got my plan for free last year? “First year free” or something like that? You know, all these marketing things that we tend to avoid, but when it comes to WordPress I am willing to put a bit more of my life into this, because without this WordPress I wouldn’t have much of a point. I’ve run it for five years now which actually makes more than a fifth of my life. 20% is the amount when you begin to think that a sale is actually a sale, so I’d say that amount of time is considerable.

So the reason why I’m not rushing to WordPress to complain about this unexpected renewal is because I think about my readers. I want to save you from the pain of typing “kotersay.wordpress.com” into the address window. I realise that “kotersay” isn’t “kotersey”. And finally, I know that some of you will only know this website as “kotersey.com”, and so if one day you type it into your engine and WordPress says there’s no such thing, I don’t want you to break down crying and have a meltdown. Meltdowns aren’t nice; don’t you ever let yourself have a meltdown.

Which is all just to say, you can find this site at the address “kotersey.com” for one more year.

Yours sincerely,

The Author of this Website

PS And so the point of this post is to say, your convenience is worth 240 PLN per year to me. So to say.

Published by kotersey

Graduated from geography (University of Edinburgh), now student of history of design and material culture at the University of Brighton. Probably drinking iced coffee and thinking about buildings/computer games.

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