The great book giveaway: free copies of Avinash’s book

It was just over a month ago that I wrote about our book giveaway - where we promised to give away two copies of Avinash's book (Web Analytics in an Hour a Day. As I wrote on the 3rd August:

> we are offering a couple of free copies of Avinash’s book to lucky Reputation Monitor subscribers. We are going to pick two random subscribers on Monday 3rd September (a month from now) - one drawn from all subscribers on that date and one from everyone who signs up between now and then.

Now, what with two new employees starting on the 3rd (more on that subject soon) and our upcoming office move (also more coming soon). The draw was slightly delayed. But don't panic - the terms stayed the same, so the pool was of everyone who was a member on the 3rd September.


So who are the lucky winners who are going to receive a copy of the book?

The winner from existing subscribers is Jason West of websalad. Congratulations Jason! We're now going to have to work out how to get a copy to Aus. Maybe we'll order a new one from Amazon...!

The winner from new subscribers is Kathy Mosesian. I think Kathy might not be in the UK either, but we'll work something out!

We also have a bonus winner: Madeleine McMillan (who writes at EngageMC) upgraded during August and won herself a surprise copy as well.

Congratulations to you all. I hope you enjoy the book and get a lot of benefit from it.

We still have books left, so don't forget that anyone signing up for an agency account from now until we run out of books will also get a free copy.

We're enjoying being a part of Avinash's effort to spread the word about good web analytics and do a bit of good at the same time:

> 100% of the author's proceeds from the book will be donated to charity. The proceeds will go to The Smile Train and Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders), to assist in their efforts to make our world a better place.

Update: I now have a link for Madeleine and also heard that it's her birthday! What a nice coincidence...

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Will Critchlow

Will Critchlow

Will founded Distilled with Duncan in 2005. Since then, he has consulted with some of the world’s largest organisations and most famous websites, spoken at most major industry events and regularly appeared in local and national press. For the...   read more