Get a $25 Amazon Gift Card by registering for “Social Networks MBA” AND “Email Marketing 360” webinar series

October 22nd, 2008 Karine Joly 3 Comments

Later today, I’ll be hosting the second webinar of “PR School 2.0” presented by Andrew Careaga from Missouri S&T. Yesterday, Matt Herzberger did a great job with his session “Monitoring 360.”

Earlier this week, I announced via email the winners of the prizes drawn among the people who took the HEE/eduStyle/uWebd survey. And, I got a couple of email from people who wished they had won.

This got me thinking about an easy way to make everybody a winner, cheer you up and fight the recession blues.

If you register and pay for both last webinar series of 2008 offered by Higher Ed Experts, you’ll receive a $25 Amazon gift card. No drawing, no tough question, just an instant win… for everybody actually.

  • You win because you get a $25 Amazon gift card to buy that special book or something
  • Your institution wins because it can provide great professional development (5 webinars about hot topics: social networks, online communities and email marketing) to a whole team (geez, to the whole campus if you have a big, big LCD screen) for just $540 per connection
  • The webinar speakers win because they will get bigger attendance to their series (and they are compensated proportionally to attendance)
  • Yours truly wins too by reducing HEE promotion budget for the end of the year (hey, the economy is tough for everybody)

So, just to be clear, here are the conditions again to get your $25 Amazon gift certificate:

Got questions? Just email

3 Responses

  1. […] $25 Amazon certificate if you register for both series. More details about this offer can be found on this previous post. I’ve already issued a few gift certificates for registered […]

  2. Leann says:

    Hello. I just received this email today and was interested in attending the Social Networks MBA webinar but I see it ran this week and concluded today. Will there be another opportunity or did I misunderstand???

  3. Karine Joly says:


    The series has been postponed to January 13, 14 and 15, 2009.

    You can register before December 19, 2008 at

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