While the DIY Blog Critique eBook isn’t even for sale yet, I’m giving away a few copies anyway!
Before I get to that though, two quick announcements about the eBook…
So when is this thing actually going on sale? Barring any technical disaster, it will go on sale Monday August 22. Does that still count as “mid-August” like I said in my announcement? *grin*
Special Discount for Mah Newsletter Peeps
As I announced last week, the eBook will be a low $14 for a little while. BUT, I’ve giving newsletter subscribers a little deal… it’ll be just $10 for a limited time (someone slap me- I sound like an infomercial). The newsletter only goes out once a month too so it won’t clog up your inbox. If you’d like to sign up, just enter your info in the form over in my sidebar. Just remember to check the newsletter option.
Based on the popular blog critiques here at Momcomm, the DIY Blog Critique eBook lays out 43 points to work through that will transform your blog into a big dose of awesome. It’s based on the checklist I go through when I do a blog critique (with tons of tips and details). It’s part checklist, part education, part resource book.
I’m giving away three copies before the launch! To enter, it’s easy peasy. Here’s what you need to do:
- Leave a comment telling me why you want to DIY critique your blog.
- Subscribe to my newsletter (just use the same email you do in your comment so I can match them up)
- Tweet this giveaway out (look below- I made it easy for you!)
Giveaway ends at 11:59 pm on August 17. I’ll announce the winners on August 18 and they’ll get their copies a few days before they go on sale!
Thanks and good luck!
PSST… the Tweetbox isn’t working right now so just copy and paste it!
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Disclaimer: Oh wait, I don’t need one. It’s my own product. Heh.
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