My fame is growing fast. I’m still not sure
whether that’s a good thing or not. My wife claims my fame brings shame to the
family. I wonder if it’s merely coincidence that Fame and Shame rhyme. Perhaps
shame and the ability to spot a good poutine can be the legacy I leave my
children. Regardless, I should try to take advantage of this 15 minutes being
allotted to me.
Last week, I was interviewed by Times & Transcript reporter Tess Allen. It was a great experience and the story was in the Friday, July 26th, newspaper. For those who may have missed it, I’ve reprinted it below.
The T&T story was amazing is terms of the amount of hits sent to the blog. In terms of pure ad value, the article is valued at $2,400 – at least according to media research companies it is. Given I’ve worked in the communications field before, I know the value of good media attention, and having witnessed negative attention in the past as well, I can easily say I prefer being on the positive side more. I certainly appreciate the story Tess wrote.
Moreover, positive attention often leads to more positive attention. Directly below you should find an audio clip of my Rogers Radio interview on Monday morning. But, you won't because I haven't figured out how to trick Blogger into letting me upload an mp3.
That being said, Taylor Whittamore was a good host and most people I know who listened to the live show reported back to me that I did okay. I’m not a fan of my own voice, so it may take a few weeks until I actually listen to it myself. I know that’s weird.
Until next time, may your curds stay squeaky.
POUTINE GUY GAINING ONLINE POPULARITY