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(Official Newsletter of Donna's Glorious Giveaways)
Happy Friday, people!
The past 10 days or so have been very exciting for me. I was racking my brain, trying to devise ways of incentivizing your involvement in DGG's growth process, when I stumbled upon 2 great ideas that you will just love!
First, I'll give you a sneak-peek at the idea for next week's post.
A lot of you manage your own blogs and therefore need affordable and effective ways of attracting followers. Purely by accident, I've discovered a super-effective, repeatable and FREE method of gaining 100 targeted Twitter followers every month. Yeah, you heard me.
One hundred brand new, laser-targeted, fully-engaged, sustainable followers without spending a single cent!
I'm in the middle of publishing a guide which explains the whole process. Although I intend to sell it both in PDF and Kindle format, it will be FREE to all of my followers who take a couple of simple steps which I will divulge in next week's blog post.
Added to that, there'll be a special giveaway surrounding the launch, for which all owners of the guidebook (buyers and rewardees alike) will be eligible.
So, what are we talking about this week?
If you've ever visited one of DGG's social channels you would have realized that the branding is slightly different - there's no "Donna" in it, just "Glorious Giveaways".
You see, when I first decided to start a freebie blog, "Glorious Giveaways" was the name that first popped into my head. Only after pre-drafting my first few posts did it occur to me to give the blog a more personal touch.
Unfortunately though, setting up the blog layout and brainstorming new topics every week left me no time to update the branding on the other channels.
Over time, this issue has worsened to the point where, at least on Facebook, my service is being confused with someone else's bearing the same name. See for yourself - just search for "Glorious Giveaways" on Facebook.
This is a very bad thing on so many levels, of course. Hence the need to re-vamp DGG's online identity so that it uses unique, uniform branding across all of its channels.
Up till about a week ago I had resisted using freelancers to develop my marketing materials because I didn't want to dilute my giveaway budget. Faced with this serious brand identity issue, however, I had no choice but to check out the good people at Fiverr.com because I have absolutely no talent for artwork. So I selected what seemed like a safe-bet freelancer and told her exactly what I wanted my logos to look like.
She should be finished by this Mon, at which time I'm going to post those logos all over DGG. I want you to review them for me. In return, I'll give you 5 bonus entries for each 'like', share or comment.
These entries will go forward to the $20 giveaway in 3 weeks... yeah, we're winding down, baby!
So see you this coming Mon @8:30 pm EDT.
Donna (Share buttons available at bottom)