Mike Filsaime is in the NYPOST!!!!

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I did a search but I did not find any mention of this news story.
I actually did a triple take when I saw his name and then I just started to laugh because I knew who it was.
So I just wanted to congratulate Mike for getting his name and website include in the newspaper article.

Here is a link to the article:
#internet marketing #filsaime #mike #nypost
  • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
    Very cool. Maybe he'll drop in and tell us what kind of a traffic surge marketingdotcom.com gets as a result of that article.

  • Profile picture of the author Gary McCaffrey
    Am I the only one who liked those ads?
    • Profile picture of the author Steven Wagenheim
      Let's not forget that the NY Post is the raggiest legit newspaper (and I
      use that term loosely) in existence.

      So I'm not sure just how much of a good thing it is to get your name in it.
  • Profile picture of the author camforbes
    You should check out Peter Shankman's HARO (Help a Reporter Out). You would be surprised how many media inquiries go unanswered! If I had to guess, Mike responded to a media inquiry along the HARO lines and got his 'top billing' on page 7...

    Help a Reporter Out

    Just make sure you use it for GOOD, not EVIL!

    Last week Pete totally ripped into some shlub who submitted a media inquiry only to try to get people to buy into some scheme he was selling.

  • Profile picture of the author alexshelton
    "Am I the only one who liked those ads?"

    You're not alone, they were funny in a crap way

    Good on ya Mike!

  • Profile picture of the author wealthy
    That is very cool.
    I can't say anything bad, because my name doesn't appear in the text.

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