The Post‘s version of her story was syndicated from News.com.au
- The News.com.au story links back to the Huffington Post
- One from Mirror.co.uk
- One from the Metro.co.uk
- One from LincolnshireEcho.co.uk
At the bottom of the Echo‘s story is a credit: “National press agency Sell My Story.” It links to the original version of the story:
This version ends with a note:
You might not have ever thought your crazy craving could lead to earning money from a national magazine or newspaper story, but you too could get paid for sharing your experiences.
The Facebook page affiliated with SellMyStory, which functions as a press agency by supplying stories to British publications, posts calls on a regular basis.
“Sell My Story is the country’s leading agency for selling your real life story to a magazine or newspaper,” the page says. “We’re experts in getting you the best deal.”
Source: Holes Filled - The Awl