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Got this email from someone named Tami Queen at Vocus. In essence, she’s telling me how to make sure I don’t spam bloggers when pitching them.
Um…You know I have a blog, right? And it has a category about “really bad press releases,” right? I’m not trying to be mean or anything, but does anyone else see the irony in spamming a blogger with an email about how to not spam bloggers?
Or maybe it’s just Tuesday. Considering the day I’m having, where I am starting to believe that I’m a player in G-d’s personal Gag Reel, who knows…
So Tami: Thanks – But I’m going to pass. but I’ll be happy to blog about it. Then pitch it to the wrong people.
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I need to fall out of a plane.