Better Social Media Communication Results newsletter

by Lee Hopkins on March 3, 2008 · 18 comments

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G’day!

I’m very proud to announce the birth of my newsletter, better Social Media communication results.

And to celebrate, as a special offer for the readers of my blog, I offer it to you at over 50% off each issue!

The ‘regular’ price of the newsletter is AUD$24.95, but for my friends and blog subscribers, it is only AUD$11.95 per month.

And even better than that – you can pick up the very first ‘collectors edition’ for just AUD$1.95!

The Better Social Media Communication Results newsletter:
Each month you will be sent a hard copy newsletter filled with the latest ideas and case studies on the business use of social media tools and strategy. In addition, you will receive an audio cd containing an interview with one of our industry’s Social Media gurus. You can pop the cd in your car or burn it to your computer and mp3 player.

Better Social Media Communication Results - cd01 - an interview with Mitch JoelIn this month’s issue:

In this first, ‘Collectors Edition’, issue you will:

  • hear Mitch Joel rave about his favourite social media tool
  • uncover the HOT secret reason why podcasting is such a powerful tool for your business
  • StumbleUpon the insider’s secret that only Web Traffic gurus know, so you can drive tons of traffic to your site
  • discover the powerful reasons why Print On Demand could be the answer to your communication prayers
  • find out why my latest website find is a total blessing!
  • witness a new video application that exciting every one of my marketing friends

To subscribe and receive your own copy of this exciting new addition to our Social Media arsenal, just flip over to this page and register your details (sorry – for some reason the paypal button isn’t working from this blog… grrrrr!).

Once you subscribe you will receive in the post the newsletter and an audio cd interview each and every month (no holidays for us!). And remember, the first month is just $1.95, then $11.95 each month thereafter. Sure beats paying $24.95 (our ‘regular retail’ price) a month, hey?!

Happy reading and listening!

Lee

p.s. Money back guarantee!
If you are not completely satisfied, for any reason, just send me the newsletter and cd back and I’ll refund your money. No questions asked!

Click here to subscribe

  • http://aptusstrategy.com/ Mark Bradley

    Lee, congrats on this new monitization initiative, your content is always good so good luck, regards Mark Bradley, APTUS Strategy

  • http://aptusstrategy.com Mark Bradley

    Lee, congrats on this new monitization initiative, your content is always good so good luck, regards Mark Bradley, APTUS Strategy

  • http://davepress.net/ Dave Briggs

    Interesting idea, Lee. I like the use of offline methods to promote online innovation – sometimes it’s the only language people understand – ie they know newsletters and are comfortable with them. Your package looks v. professional too (fnar fnar).

    It will be interesting to see how many people are willing to pay for it though! Are you going to be applying any of your new black hat direct marketing tactics to this?!

  • http://davepress.net Dave Briggs

    Interesting idea, Lee. I like the use of offline methods to promote online innovation – sometimes it’s the only language people understand – ie they know newsletters and are comfortable with them. Your package looks v. professional too (fnar fnar).

    It will be interesting to see how many people are willing to pay for it though! Are you going to be applying any of your new black hat direct marketing tactics to this?!

  • http://www.surefirewealth.com/ Julie, writer Surefirewealth.c

    Congratulations on your newsletter. I’m sure many people will be able to benefit from having another medium with which to stimulate their minds with. Honestly, it has been a long time since I read anything about a newsletter from a blogger’s blog. Personally, I enjoy reading solid print materials compared to having my eyes glued to the screen.

  • http://www.surefirewealth.com Julie, writer Surefirewealth.com

    Congratulations on your newsletter. I’m sure many people will be able to benefit from having another medium with which to stimulate their minds with. Honestly, it has been a long time since I read anything about a newsletter from a blogger’s blog. Personally, I enjoy reading solid print materials compared to having my eyes glued to the screen.

  • http://www.podcastasylum.com/ Sallie Goetsch (rhymes with ‘s

    Lee, I clicked the subscribe link, but it took me to my PayPal login without providing actual purchase information for the newsletter. Better see if you can get that fixed. (Never make it hard for folks to give you money.)

  • http://www.podcastasylum.com Sallie Goetsch (rhymes with ‘sketch’)

    Lee, I clicked the subscribe link, but it took me to my PayPal login without providing actual purchase information for the newsletter. Better see if you can get that fixed. (Never make it hard for folks to give you money.)

  • http://leehopkins.net/ Lee Hopkins

    Thanks for your support, everyone.

    Sallie – I guess your mac recognised that you have a paypal history and sent you there…

    Lee

  • http://leehopkins.net Lee Hopkins

    Thanks for your support, everyone.

    Sallie – I guess your mac recognised that you have a paypal history and sent you there…

    Lee

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  • http://allanjenkins.typepad.com/ Allan Jenkins

    Lee… do not become the B.L. Ochman of the Antipodes. I am sure it’s tempting but… just don’t. You’d have to buy a dog, for one thing, and make it the center of your life and ours. And then you’d have to flog your publications in every single blog post (or surround every post with ads for them).

    And then you’d have to doctor your picture, and ain’t that a pain?

    Allan

  • http://allanjenkins.typepad.com Allan Jenkins

    Lee… do not become the B.L. Ochman of the Antipodes. I am sure it’s tempting but… just don’t. You’d have to buy a dog, for one thing, and make it the center of your life and ours. And then you’d have to flog your publications in every single blog post (or surround every post with ads for them).

    And then you’d have to doctor your picture, and ain’t that a pain?

    Allan

  • http://www.twistimage.com/blog Mitch Joel – Twist Image

    Thanks for letting me be a part of this Lee. I’m sure it will be wildly successful :)

  • http://www.twistimage.com/blog Mitch Joel – Twist Image

    Thanks for letting me be a part of this Lee. I’m sure it will be wildly successful :)

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  • james

    Interesting idea, Lee. I like the use of offline methods to promote online innovation – sometimes it’s the only language people understand – ie they know newsletters and are comfortable with them. Your package looks v. professional too (fnar fnar).

    It will be interesting to see how many people are willing to pay for it though! Are you going to be applying any of your new black hat direct marketing tactics to this?!

  • james

    Interesting idea, Lee. I like the use of offline methods to promote online innovation – sometimes it’s the only language people understand – ie they know newsletters and are comfortable with them. Your package looks v. professional too (fnar fnar).

    It will be interesting to see how many people are willing to pay for it though! Are you going to be applying any of your new black hat direct marketing tactics to this?!

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