How to become an “Ambassador”!
>>>—> If you choose to pay, you will get your name in bold if you become an Ambassador.
>>>—> If you’re tight on cash right now, you can get your name on our Ambassador level for free if you do the below.
Either way, here’s how it works: if you pay, you only need to get one friend, colleague, family member to join and they mention your name as a referral. If you don’t pay, you still only need to get three friends to join. You can say something like…
“Hey, times are tight, I know, but I support independent ‘mindful’ media, want to see it continue and improve, and if you’d like your business name on every page of elephant, it’s only $9/month.
You can donate your link to a good cause, too, if you don’t have a web site. Or you can link to your Facebook Page or twitter page.
If you and one or two of my other friends mention me as the referral when you enter your info, elephant will feature me as an Ambassador, too!”
…then we’ll list your name/business with link on our fourth Ambassador tier, with link, at the bottom of every page of our site.
We’ve got 40 39 days to go.
Tweet, post to your facebook wall, or forward this link to your friends and loved ones who may care about elephant and want to get their name and business or favorite cause, with link, on every page of our site for only $9/month.
Remember: yours truly, Waylon, doesn’t get this money. This money goes to make elephant sustainable. To pay our writers, and to pay our staff. It’ll help raise the journalistic bar on elephant—we’ll be able to afford quality, independent, original writing.
I’ll get paid via ads and sponsorships. ~ WL.
The link you can share is this one, or copy and paste:
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