What Sweat Equity Can’t Do

dick-and-sharon-2012LA Progressive had a big year in 2012, with lots of readers, lots of fascinating writers to publish, lots of involvement with fellow activists. 2013 promises to be even more exciting.

We run LA Progressive mostly on sweat equity. If Sharon had not spent the past five years learning how to build and maintain our magazine’s website and then to promote it through optimization and social media techniques, there’s no way we could have kept going. Nor could we have paid to edit and publish the many articles I post week in and week out.

It’s a labor of love for us and we’re eager to keep at it. But sweat equity can’t cover everything. Sweat alone won’t pay for upgrades to our computer systems, which are on their last legs.

That’s where we need your help.

Please contribute or subscribe at any rate you find appropriate.

Dick Price, Editor

P.S.: You can help us win a free booth at Netroots Nation by following this link.

Published by the LA Progressive on March 9, 2013
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About Dick Price

Dick Price is Editor of the LA Progressive. With his wife Sharon, he publishes several other print and online newsletters on political and social justice issues. He has worked in publishing as a writer, editor, and publisher for a quarter century. In earlier releases, he was a cab driver, bartender, construction worker, soldier, and farmhand, and for many years helped operate a nonprofit halfway house for homeless alcoholics and addicts. To contact him, please use the form on the Contact Us page.