We’re pleased you decided to reach out to us and truly appreciate all the love and support we get from our fans.
The blockchain space is growing at an insane rate, and so is the number of emails we receive every day. Back in the early days of Epicenter, we used to able to answer all of them, but this simply even feasible today. This doesn’t mean we don’t care about people who write to us, but it’s essential we stay focused to keep producing high-quality interviews every week, as our community has come to expect and love.
So what’s the solution? Hire a VA, build a support team, simply ignore incoming requests, stop using email altogether? None of these options sound particularly appealing to us (ok maybe that last one). Instead, we will do our best to provide answers to common questions and set proper expectations for the not-so-common ones.
90% of the emails we receive ask some variation of these two questions
Can I be a guest on your show?
We release new episodes of Epicenter once per week. At the rate which the industry is growing, it isn’t a stretch to imagine that we would need to release episodes daily to cover every new project. For this reason, we have to turn down a lot of these requests.
If you’re working on an exciting new project, please let us know! Just be aware that 95% of the time, we can’t accept.
Can I pay you to review, advertise, or promote my ICO?
The short answer is no. Though we do work with sponsors, we exclusively promote products we can get to know and believe in.
If you have a live and functional product that you think can help/add value to the Epicenter community, we want to talk!
Ok, I’ve read your disclaimer – I still want to contact you!
With that out of the way, you’re more than welcome to reach out to us. For short questions, the best way to get a quick answer is to reach us on Twitter.
For longer inqueries, we use a handy tool called Typeform to make sure your email gets appropriately routed (props to Pat Flynn of SmartPassiveIncome.com for coming up with this idea).