I’m guessing you are well aware (for good or ill) that today is Valentine’s Day.
Did you know it’s also “Generosity Day”?
From the blog of Generosity Day fonder, Sasha Dichter:
I want all my readers to hear first. This Monday, Valentine’s Day, is going to be rebooted as Generosity Day: one day of sharing love with everyone, of being generous to everyone, to see how it feels and to practice saying “Yes.” Let’s make the day about love, action and human connection – because we can do better than smarmy greeting cards, overpriced roses, and stressed-out couples trying to create romantic meals on the fly.
As my contribution to the cause, I’m extending the offer I made to my newsletter subscribers this month, to you:
Send me a copy of your latest newsletter, and I’ll send you an e-mail with 3 ideas for making them work better. Easy-peasy. Just leave a comment with a link to your newsletter below. (If you prefer, you can also e-mail it to me.)
Then, if you are also feeling generous, pass on the favor by participating in Generosity Day yourself. Here are some ideas.
If you’d like to share what you do in the comments, that would be great too 🙂
Valentines Generosity Day!
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6 thoughts on “Free Newsletter Audits for Generosity Day”
Sure, we’ll take it! I know you’ve already told me they’re too long. What else?
Hope you’re well!
My suggestions should be in your e-mail box–let me know if you don’t have them.
Anyone else want to try it? It’s painless, I promise 🙂
This is too good to pass up…
Thanks for taking a look!
Thanks for being so generous!
Thanks so much, this is great. Your timing is perfect – I just sent out our California Hepatitis Alliance newsletter a few minutes ago. The link should work in about an hour, once Constant Contact has posted it:
Thanks everyone! If you asked for a review, you should have received my responses via e-mail. If you didn’t get yours, let me know.