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Happy Holidays

Thinking of what to send the person who has everything? This holiday season, share the gift of knowledge!
Send a Free 599CD Gift CD to your friends, family, and colleagues. They all use computers, right? They will love learning with my lessons... just like you!
Keep reading for details, and be sure to watch the video to the right...


Give Your Friends and Family a FREE Gift CD

Here's how it works: you choose your favorite friends, family members, and co-workers (sure... and even your boss) and I'll send them a gift CD from you. This CD will include over twenty (20) hours of beginner training courses, including:

- Intro to Computers (Windows 101)
Windows Basics (102 and 110)
- Windows 7 / Vista (Beginner 1)
Windows 8 Beginner 1 (New!)
- Microsoft
Word 101 (2003, 2007 / 2010)
- Microsoft
Excel 101 (2003, 2007, 2010)
- Using the
Internet 101

It's a good, well-rounded package of courses. These are the the full courses, not just demo lessons.


They Can Choose One More FREE Course

In addition to the courses listed above, your gift recipient also receives one additional course of their choice FREE. They can choose from any of my other beginner level 1 courses including any of the following:

- Microsoft Access
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Web Design / FrontPage
- ASP (Active Server Pages)
- Visual Basic Programming
- QuickBooks
- Photoshop
- Microsoft Outlook
- Digital Photography


Why am I Giving Away FREE Classes?

It's quite simple... I have thousands of happy customers, but like any business, I'm trying to expand that customer base. I know that you know someone else who can probably benefit from my courses, too. I want to put my CDs in as many hands as possible, so giving away some free gifts this holiday helps everyone... it helps your friends and family gain valuable new computer skills, it helps me gain new potential customers, and it makes you look good! (They won't know you sent them a free CD).

If you've been a customer of mine for more than a year, you know I did the same kind of special holiday promotion last year, and it was a huge success. I sent out several thousand free CDs, and just as I had hoped, gained lots of new, happy customers. I'm hoping to do the same this year.


OK, What's The Catch?

Business Man & Woman at ComputerThere's no catch. Just select your favorite friends and family members, and I'll mail them a Gift CD on your behalf. The deluxe Gift CDs also include a gift card that will tell them who the CD is from (the basic CDs have it on the mailing label). The CD is completely free. I just ask that you pay a small shipping & handling charge to cover my costs. Send as many gift CDs out as you want. No further cost to them or you.


Or... Give Them Out Yourself

If you would rather hand out the Gift CDs yourself then I can just ship you a bunch of them. Type in your own name and address when asked for the Gift Recipient, and type in whatever quantity you'd like. Again, the CDs are free. You only pay the shipping & handling.

Great idea for stocking stuffers for the kids, grandma, or around the office... especially for the people who are always asking you computer questions!


Special Bonus

For helping me to get my tutorials in front of new potential customers, I'll give you $5.00 off your next order of $10 or more if you send at least one of my Gift CDs to your friends and family. Everybody wins!


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