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Read below for email and contact policies and information.
Notes for Marketers and PR Agencies:
Please note, due to the volume of requests that I get, I do not generally publish unsolicited blog posts.
I also generally do not promote races or events on Runblogger.
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I love hearing from readers, and generally read every email that arrives in my inbox. I try my best to answer all emails that are sent to me, but one of the challenges of running a high-traffic blog in addition to having a day job and a busy family with three kids is that managing my inbox can at times get overwhelming (I get a lot of email!).
As such, it may take a bit for me to respond, and sometimes weeks may go by before I get a chance to tackle my mail. Sometimes messages slip off the first page of my inbox get missed (sadly, more often than I like to admit) – feel free to send me a reminder if you don’t get a response within a few weeks.
Looking for Shoe Advice?
If you are looking for shoe advice, I can best help if provided some information about what you like in a running shoe. In particular, forefoot width (wide/narrow), sole cushion (firm/soft), heel-forefoot differential (zero drop, <4mm, 4-8mm), primary use (trail/road/racing/distance), etc.
For shoe questions, I highly recommend posting your question on the Runblogger Forum – you will be more likely to get a quick response from me or a fellow shoe junkie who participates. The Runblogger Forum is also a great spot to post questions on form, transitioning, injuries, etc.. You can find the forum here: runblogger.com/forum
Click HERE to send Pete an e-mail.
In addition to email, I also am active on Twitter and Facebook, and the benefit of using those services is that you can get advice from more people than just me – multiple perspectives are always beneficial! Twitter an Facebook links are provided below.
Other Social Networks
You can also get in touch with Pete via the following social networks: