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Salon.com to Publish Ask Pablo

| Monday January 7th, 2008 | 4 Comments

Thanks to readers like you, AskPablo has enjoyed overwhelming success over the last 66 weekly columns. Since we began tracking readership in April we have received over 50,000 unique readers with a peak day of over 13,000. From his early days blogging on Triple Pundit to the genesis of his own “Ask Pablo” column, Pablo has generated thousands of readers on and appearances in publications from DowJones MarketWatch, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Chicago Tribune, Fast Company, ENN, and TreeHugger.com.
Now we are pleased to announce a new validation of Pablo’s efforts to the list. Beginning next week, AskPablo will begin to reach an even bigger audience as a weekly column at Salon.com. Not only is this a coup for Pablo, but it’s a great validation for the appeal of common sense thinking about environmental issues and will undoubtedly bring in a huge new audience.
You will still be able to read Ask Pablo in the usual place on Triple Pundit (so don’t go anywhere, there will be excerpts and links), but it’s new official home will be be the venerable Salon.com
Congrats to Pablo on this new paid publishing position and kudos to everyone who read 3P to make it happen!


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  • http://www.mygreenelement.com Stefan

    We like your site and have added it to our blog roll. Our blog, My Green Element (www.mygreenelement.com) covers green business and marketing trends. I was hoping we could be added to your blog roll. Also, if you are interested in writing a guest post, please let me know.
    Peace,
    Stefan

  • http://www.newrules.org John

    Congratulations, Pablo! Your work is excellent and it’s exciting that your audience will broaden!

  • Anonymous

    The link in the article takes me to a horse racing and wagering site.

  • http://sustainableresearch.blogspot.com/ Costa

    Congratulations Pablo! Your sustainability analysis is clearly the best on the web and is why I (and many, many others) read every column. Best wishes for continued success.
    Costa