When I started my business, one of the ideas I had was a monthly newsletter to keep my clients informed, offer specials etc. I started collecting my client’s emails on my paperwork, with a little tickbox for “yes, send me the awesome!”, or something like that.
That was 5 years ago.
Yesterday I finally got it set up.
Today, I’m offering you a limited time, special discount, comes with a free chef knife (no it doesn’t) offer to sign up.
What’s the benefit? Well, I’m glad you asked. You see. Um.
You get to read what I write, every once in a while?
Well. This is easier. Here are some things that won’t happen as a result of you signing up.
- I will not spam you
- I will not charge you money for the emails
- As a result of signing up, you will not give me irrevocable, worldwide rights to claim your first born. (even if you wanted to)
- You will not see pictures of me clubbing baby seals. That’s just not on.
So, what are the benefits? For serious.
- I will email you occasionally
- You will get first chance at special offers, made only to my email list – like discounts on sessions etc.
- I will do at least one, maybe more, giveaways or contests. Available only to email subscribers – and you won’t have to go through a complicated entry process every time – just signing up once is enough.
- You may find that in 24 hours after signing up, visible signs of aging have decreased. Then again, this isn’t face cream, so that may not happen.
I hope you want to read what I write, and get whatever awesomeness I can think of. I’m always willing to listen to suggestions, so feel free to email me with what you think an occasional email newsletter should include. I won’t promise to obey you, but I’ll at least think about it.
To sign up, you can click the “Contact” page above, or you can visit this link: http://mad.ly/signups/69652/join
Go ahead and click it. I’ll wait.
And I’ll see you in your inbox later. It’s a date.
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