Frequently Asked Questions
Why is your site anonymously-run?
We want people to concentrate on what we’re saying, not who’s saying it. We feel it helps keep the conversation remain on-point, and we don’t want to distract from the site’s purpose by throwing in additional variables. It’s also important that the spotlight be on the work and the people we’re featuring, not the site’s authors.
Who contributes to the site?
The authors of The New York Egotist are varied in their talents and interests, making the site robust and perpetually fresh. We invite everyone in the community to write editorial at any time. We’re happy to give credit to anyone who takes the time to craft a piece or they can choose to remain anonymous.
Is the site associated with an agency?
Despite what you may have heard or think you know, The New York Egotist is autonomous and not connected in any way to local agencies.
Will all work submitted be featured?
No. The New York Egotist posts information and editorial relevant to the demanding creative connoisseur working in New York and beyond. We’re critical with our recommendations, as it is our desire to become a trusted resource. All work and links submitted to The New York Egotist will be examined with a critical eye. The top work will be featured.
Why has my comment been deleted?
It was likely deleted because we thought it was harmful. And that’s against the rules here. If you wouldn’t say it to someone’s face, don’t say it. It’s that simple.
Can I start a version of this site in my own city?
The Egotist platform is built to be launched in cities around the world for local market reporting and community-building. Learn more about starting your local version here.
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