Wednesday, 30 May 2007

A Mention

I feel privileged today.

My favourite blogger (the fantastic Diamond Geezer) has published a link to my blog.

OK, so it's only one among 200 links, but maybe I'll get some new visitors. I've just checked my referrals and so far, just 2 hours after Geezer's post, no-one's visited from his site. Current number of visitors is 6,899.

I'll check again at regular intervals and we'll see what happens...

Edit: If you DO arrive here from Diamond Geezer and you live in south-east England, I would encourage you to visit my other blog (click it, go on, then come back here) and then buy tickets to see Whose Life Is It Anyway? at the Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking, next week. The guys and girls in the show are fantastic, they've been working incredibly hard and they really, REALLY deserve an audience.

Edit2: 6.30pm. That's about 9 hours later. 17 visitors since I last checked. And 4 of them appear to have arrived from DG. And one even left a comment! Thanks Jon.


Jon Allen said...

DG is my favourite blogger too.

You were lucky.

He missed my blog out!

I came here via his technorati link that had your posting at the top :)

PT said...

Thanks for visiting, Jon.

Woo hoo! First time I've been top of anything, ever!

chux said...

always up for a spot of plugging I can see mate!

never been on though top mate?? You are either very lazy or have an aggressive lady. (ooh sorry mum that was naughty)

btw - how about this my word verification for this is stfii (stiffy....nice its like being back at school again)

MaryB said...

Congratulations! You've made it to the big time! Well-deserved, you and DG -

murphy said...

I've just stumbled on by from DG, and almost did as you told. I went to your other blog, and then I thought just how strange it was that you told me to buy tickets for a performance in Woking, as I have to go to Woking for a meeting tomorrow, and I thought it was so much of a coincidence that I simply had to buy a couple of tickets for the boss and I.

Alas, tomorrow is the 4th, and the performance doesn't start until Wednesday. I wish them all the best of luck with it though.


PT said...

Hi Murphy.

Thanks for dropping by.

Dang! We're only doing tech rehearsals on the 4th, which will be far too dull for an audience to watch. It's almost too dull for the director to watch!

But, I'm stunned that my not-very-subliminal advertising nearly managed to sell a ticket. I guess I just need more local readers!