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Wednesday, June 15, 2005
By Dr. Steven Taylor

Student Randy Reed e-mails from Washington where he is interning to let me know that PoliBlog was on MSNBC’s Connected Coast-to-Coast today (thanks for the tip).

They don’t have a page up directly about today’s show, but PoliBlog is linked from MSNBC in the producer’s post about what was going to be on the show (along with OTB): Tony’s tabs.

The funny thing is that all of the electrons I have spilled this week on lengthy posts, the one they picked (on raising the retirement age to 69) was a quickie I entered this morning whilst breaking my fast before heading to school to teach.

But hey: exposure is exposure! Indeed, I clearly need to rev up the PR machine, as I have been slowly devolving in the TTLB for a few weeks now. So, bring on the links, people. ;)

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  1. If your traffic is anything like mine, don’t expect much of a bump. Getting a mention on CNN is almost unnoticable too.

    Comment by Sean Hackbarth — Wednesday, June 15, 2005 @ 8:35 pm

  2. I’ll get squat, in fact-which I expect. This will be my second MSNBC mention and I was mentioned on CNN as well. I just figure it can’t hurt to be seen.

    Indeed, that last paragraph was most stream of consciousness from a guy who had recently fallen asleep on the couch and is now bidding time until his wife gets home so that he can go to bed for the night ;) I do want to stop my devolution, but unfortunately, MSNBC mentions won’t make it happen.

    Comment by Dr. Steven Taylor — Wednesday, June 15, 2005 @ 8:42 pm

  3. A mention is a mention. What is it they say in Hollywood - Say what you want about me, just spell my name right?

    You are already on my blogroll…how unfortunate for you!

    Comment by Sailor in the Desert — Wednesday, June 15, 2005 @ 10:18 pm

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