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May 14, 2007

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Nettie Hartsock

Hi David,

Great post on the concert and blogs being the new guy on the bar stool that is funny and people listen to. I think the key whether it's old or new PR tactics still lies in building authentic relationships with those you're reaching out to and making sure you respect them.

There's nothing worse than getting a bad pitch from someone who doesn't read your blog or news stories and doesn't understand your topics of coverage.

And on bands, I saw the Dead 22 times and have the dancing bear tattoo to prove it. And you can never have seen the Dead one too many times. I miss em. I don't remember us holding up lighters at the shows, but they were mostly outdoors and we were too busy dancing.

Mike Sigers

The Clash ?! And I thought I was the only other onw who rocked the Casbah !

David Meerman Scott

Holy cow. I'm learning more about you guys. Nettie is a Deadhead and Mike is a fan of The Clash. Too cool. David

Michael Ryan

Ahhh, great memories of Rock the Casbah in bars..(have you seen the commercial where the guy thinks the lyrics to the song is "rock the cat box"?, so funny).
Regarding the Yellow Pages.. I think local advertisers aren't getting much results from the overly priced Yellow Page advertising, since more and more of local searches are done through google searches.
I have a company at www.localadvertising4u.com that helps local businesses get more customers using SEO on their website and using Web 2.0 properties. Anyone wanting more info can visit the website.

alameda dj

I like this site.so cool looking this site.

Ray Yagubyan

well site

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