I have a wordpress website with at least 10 articles I have written, that are 1500 words each.
I wanted to try my hat at "active article syndication" (going out and contacting blog owners to see if they are interested in guest bloggers) so I contacted the webmaster of a blog in the same niche as mine.
He agreed to have me post one blog post every week, that contains my own resource box back to my website. (That is a huge win for me).
But on one condition: He wants an assurance from my that my blogs will be unique to his website and will not be duplicated anywhere else. (I don't know if he means that it can't also exist on my own site.)
--- So if I agree to this, that would mean that I would have to write one article just for his website, and not have it be distributed elsewhere. Or should I explain to him what syndication means, and that it will exist on my own blog, and could be picked up by others?
I thought that article syndication, in its purest form, implied that my same one article that is already on my own site, could be posted on multiple blogs, identically.