Year-End Musings from Jeff, the Publisher

Next fall will be this blog’s 10-year anniversary. (The first post was published November 6, 2006.) Sasstrology has gone through many iterations over the past decade:

  • It was called “Seduction Central” for the first two years and lived at jeffreykishner.com/astrology/love
  • It had a podcast.
  • It had a lively but high-maintenance forum.

For most of this blog’s lifespan, I’ve had a full-time job, so it’s been a challenge finding a way to keep it going without burning out or sacrificing family/personal time. Fortunately, Sasstrology has a stellar team:

Thanks also to Kelli Fox, the Astrologer, who provides our daily and monthly horoscopes.

Thanks for Your Support

The web landscape is constantly changing. Currently, the majority of our readers view Sasstrology on their phones. As a result, we have been trying to reduce our dependency on banner ads. A big thanks to our readers who purchase a lifetime All-Access membership, as well as our synastry, composite, and transit reports in partnership with Astrolabe. Your direct support helps keep the site going as the web advertising industry goes through flux.

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I would not have thought back in 2006 that I’d still be running an astrology blog. #gratitude to all of you for being a reader!

About Jeffrey Kishner

Jeffrey Kishner is founder and publisher of Sasstrology. He is a licensed mental health counselor and has been doing astrological counseling since 2001. Jeffrey has been published in print magazines including The Mountain Astrologer and Dell Horoscope, and has written online for sites including AOL, Tarot.com and StarIQ. Jeffrey has also been heavily involved in the astrology blogger community. Read his personal blog at JeffreyKishner.com.

Comments

  1. Hi Jeffrey. I saw some astrological pictures that seemed to be associated with Sasstrology. I am interested in using the twelve glamorous women with their symbols, in a project I am working on. I want to get permission to use those twelve pictures and am trying to find out if anyone owns a copyright on them. Can you help me? Are they yours? I noticed the Leo lady in your August 4th post. I own an Astrological business in Phoenix, AZ called Personality Plus Astrological Services. I also write a blog at astrologerpeg.wordpress.com Thank you,
    I appreciate your feedback. Peggy Yost

    Hi Jeffrey. I saw some astrological pictures that seemed to be associated with Sasstrology. I am interested in using the twelve glamorous women with their symbols, in a project I am working on. I want to get permission to use those twelve pictures and am trying to find out if anyone owns a copyright on them. Can you help me? Are they yours? I noticed the Leo lady in your August 4th post. I own an Astrological business in Phoenix, AZ called Personality Plus Astrological Services. I also write a blog at astrologerpeg.wordpress.com Thank you,
    I appreciate your feedback. Peggy Yost

    Hi Jeff,
    I just typed out a note to you through your Facebook page inquiring about some images. While reading your musings, I noticed this comment section. Rather than retype it again, just wondering if it went to you. It did not seem to have a send button. If not, let me know and I will retype it.
    Thanks
    Peggy

  2. OK I see my note not only went to you, it went twice….so sorry!!!

  3. I’ve emailed you.

  4. I just read the end of 2016 email you sent and I am sooooo sad about Nadia. She was my favorite early on and I’ve even ordered a couple chart readings from her (so awesome). I am liking Michelle so far tho.

    On an entirely different note, do you think you’ll ever do articles focused more on the astrology of vocation, career, work, etc? I know relationship astrology is super popular, and it’s good to do one thing well but I’m just throwing it out there 🙂

  5. We’re still committed to doing one thing well.

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