Why Jennifer Egbert became an elephant.

Via on Apr 28, 2010

Hi There!

I am sharing this inexpensive and cool opportunity with you. As a Boulder business owner, finding ways to reach out to prospective new clients always is on my mind, and of course I want it to be practically free ;)

$9/month: Become an elephant member, get name / business on bottom of every page of elephantjournal.com

I’ve always liked Elephant Journal. If it’s a publication that you’ve read in the past, and cracked a smile or learned something new from, I encourage you to advertise on their site.  It has HUGE readership!!

xoxo
Jen

jennifer egbert

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Begin forwarded message:

From: Waylon Lewis <waylon@elephantjournal.com>
Date: April 28, 2010 11:58:26 AM MDT
Subject: elephant needs you, elephant wants you

If so inspired, please get your name / business name on every page of elephant—$9 a month—it’s our new sustainability program, a new media model for a new media era that will go to help us pay writers for reviews, quality work, and pay our staff etc. None of it will go to me—I get paid from ads.

http://secure.elephantjournal.com/signup.php if so inspired, join! I’ll tweet you up with thanks!

Yours,

Way

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2 Responses to “Why Jennifer Egbert became an elephant.”

  1. Greg says:

    Jennifer should have to pay double rate because she gets to live in Boulder. I'm so JEALOUS.

    Welcome to the subscriber tent.

  2. Neal says:

    I agree. Those lucky folks that get to live there should at least pay double. We can only live vicariously through the Elephant.

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