|From:||"Marsee Henon" <email@example.com>
||To:||firstname.lastname@example.org||Subject:|| UG Invitation to join the Safari Affiliate Program
||Date:|| Fri, 10 Dec 2004 17:05:08 -0800
Hello User Group Leader,
We invite you to join the Safari Affiliate Program.
Give your members access to content from Safari's thousands of
books, right on your site--for free--and raise money for your User
at the same time.
You choose the level of Safari information you want to offer via your
site--from placing a banner ad or Safari search box, to posting a book
review, to using Safari's web services.
If you choose to, your UG earns a fee for each person who signs up for
Safari through your site. We've found that some UGs use the program as
fundraiser, while others prefer to opt out of referral fees. (Referral
available in the US only.)
For more information and to sign up for the Safari Affiliate Program,
Want to see the Safari Affiliate Program in Action?
Look at the North Coast Mac Users Group site's home page
(http://www.ncmug.org/). Towards the bottom of the right column,
they have used a SafariBox to list the latest Mac books.
Does your group publish book reviews online? Make your reviews
Bring information from Safari into your review to produce the cover,
title, author, table of contents, and other information. You can also
include links back to the book in your review for your members and
visitors to read further.
Here's an example--NCMUG's review of "Digital Photography Hacks":
If you're not yet familiar with the O'Reilly Network Safari Bookshelf,
it's worth a look. With Safari, you can access over 2,000 computer
from the top technical book publishers--O'Reilly (of course), Peachpit
Press, Cisco Press, Adobe Press, Addison Wesley, Microsoft Press, and
more. There is an extremely cool search capability that allows you to
search through all 2,000+ books for the answer you need--or even code
Try it free for 14 days:
We're looking forward to hearing what you think of Safari.