May 16, 2011
When you think a blog and a newsletter will contain the same information, which do you choose to read?
Every person I know who has both a blog and an e-newsletter has the challenge of deciding where she will share the same information without boring her audience. Put it only into the blog and she will miss those who only subscribe to the newsletter. Put it only into the latter and the ones who only read the blog will miss it.
I now find myself in that situation.
You see, I really want my readers to know about the Love Your Life Summit put on by ItsAllAboutWomen. This free program will give you over twenty videos of interviews by New York Times best seller Marci Shimoff. I can’t claim that she is my “good friend,” although I am flattered that she was kind enough to give me a testimonial for Healing Relationships is an Inside Job. Her books Happy for No Reason and Love For No Reason are good resources you may want to check out.
In any case, I am an affiliate of the summit. That means that if you choose to do more than watch the free videos, I will get a small “piece of the action.”
Consequently, I feel conflicted about telling you too often about the program, causing you to feel I am “pushy.”
On the other hand, I want all my readers to know about the free Love Your Life summit because it offers a wonderful chance for anyone who wants to learn how to expand love for themselves and others.
So I’ve decided to briefly mention the summit in four newsletters and a few posts, but there will also be new and different information in the blog.
The program ends in June and for the free videos you can only watch them the day they are posted, so start now and see all of them.
If you get the newsletter that is being sent today, you will get basically the same thing I am writing here — and in addition I tell you about the video in the last post, Fixing Broken Relationships.
If you want to check out the summit, click below and discover a lot of good free information.
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