Andrew Is Canadian

It’s true. I’ve met him 🙂

Andrew Goodman writes about how he is passionate about the facts, and less so about cheerleading. He also touches on the fact that it’s so easy to get misinterpreted, especially when you write on the web and are read by international audiences.

“It’s come to my attention that some might misread the tone of this blog as “sarcastic.”
We’re not sarcastic — we’re Canadian”.

Heh heh.

Why am I pointing his post out?

No reason, other than to recommend that you add Andrew’s blog Traffick to your blog reading list if you haven’t already. Andrew is particularly good on Adwords and PPC, and has written the definitive book on the subject.

He also once bought me a curry and a beer, which makes him a good bloke in my book.

  1. ToddWToddW05-10-2006

    “It’s come to my attention that some might misread the tone…”

    I think this is true for EVERYTHING you read online!

    It holds very true for blogs, forums and instant message chats.

    You never know who your audience is or where they grew up or how they will view what you say… try to make it clear and to the point. Don’t forget to ask questions!

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