3. You cannot expect to make any financial income from crop circles unless you take your own photographs, produce merchandise, seek out commercial work or speak and write about the circles for a wider audience.
History is littered with the names of circle makers who have hoped to make money from the circles they have created overnight in the fields of England. Circle making isn't something you do to get rich.
If you want to tap into the mythical money pool that crop circle researchers, certain circle making teams and photographers are supposedly drowning in, you are best advised to follow their lead. You may fail in this but at least you have attempted to be proactive.
10. It is inevitable the crop circles you have made will attract at least some negative comments on social media.
Everyone is an art critic in the 21st century and your work will invite comments as inspirational as 'man-made' and 'shit. But remember that many people who comment have absolutely no idea as to the complexities and variables involved in circle making. If they are clued up remember that you can't please everyone all of the time. What's more, they have all produced disappointing efforts at some time or other.
From time to time you may attract comments which are very personal or drop hints as to your involvement. Consider the agenda of those involved and ask yourself if it's really worth responding. Very often these posters just wish to appear relevant or have an axe to grind. Remember that the general public aren't interested in tittle-tattle on the whole, they just want circles to look at in photos or on the ground.