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:: Vote Mothpod!

By: Zach Daggy (mothpod at gmail dot com)
Monday, October 27, 2008 12:00:00 PM


Reposting this for fellow Indianapolis Podcaster Zach "Mothman" Daggy ... show your support for the hometown team and VOTE!  The only thing I'll add that he didn't say is LISTEN as well ... he's got a great show featuring some of the best in podsafe music! 

- Darrin 


Hey Moth Maniacs,

Voting has started at the Podcast Awards, and as you may have heard, yours truly has been nominated for best music podcast! It would really be AWESOME to win in this category, but I can't do it without your help.

Here's how you can help...


  1. Go to
  2. Select The Mothpod in the "Podsafe Music" category (It's the 9th category box from the top on the left side.)
  3. Fill in your name and email on the bottom of the page, and select whether you're a Listener, Podcaster, or Both.
  4. Click Submit

That's it! The whole thing takes less than a minute. You can vote once every 24 hours until November 7th, so PLEASE vote as many times as you can. :)


  1. Forward this message to friends, colleagues, and family.
  2. Copy this message to your blog, myspace, or other social network. (If you do this, let me know, and I'll share the love on my site.)

Thanks for your continued support everyone! When voting, please feel free to vote in the other categories as well. There are a lot of really talented folks nominated.

Zack "The Mothman" Daggy

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