Meet Eric, known on Squidoo as COmtnclimber. He lives in Colorado and loves the outdoors, but you probably already figured that out. Eric’s interests range far beyond mountain climbing, though, and he’s already busy sharing some of those interests with us here on Squidoo. Read what we learned about this new lensmaster in our recent interview:
How did you find Squidoo? Over Christmas my brother-in-law showed me what he was working on and how much money he had made through Squidoo. I was skeptical at first, but after starting a week ago and setting up a few lenses I can see the potential that this has. I’ve been telling everyone I know about it. Yesterday I even made my first sale.
You have a fairly eclectic mix of lenses so far. What’s next on your agenda? Can we look forward to future lenses on mountain climbing or other outdoor activities? I try to think of lens topics constantly throughout the day, when I’m taking a shower or driving to work. If I they are things that I would like to know more about and can’t find much on the internet I will create a lens over that topic. I’ve lived in Colorado for 10 years now and spent my time rock climbing, rappeling, white water rafting, camping, ice climbing and anything else I can spend my time doing in the mountains. I would love to write a lens over all of the above so you may see something shortly. The rest of my time is spent loving my kids and working as a nurse. As you can see, the lenses I’ve already written somewhat reflect that.
If you could travel to one place you’ve never been, where would it be? It is my dream to someday backpack through Europe. I’ll just have to talk my kids into it once their older.
What can Squidoo do for you? Squidoo has become my voice to the world. With this opportunity, I am able to share how I feel about anything and win readers to my perspective with evidence of why I think that way. I can honestly say that I have no suggestions on ways to make Squidoo better at this time. They are always available with any questions I may have. Thanks for your support.
Summer or winter? Both, but if I had to choose I would say summer for the simple fact the days are longer. There is plenty to do in the Rocky Mountains all year round whether it is cold or hot and both seasons show Colorado’s beauty in different ways.