I hope this email finds you well. I am writing you from WatchMinder; we offer simple wrist watches that are designed to aid children with ADD and other special needs so that they are able to stay focused and manage their time. Your blog caught our eye and we would love to be featured and/or reviewed. We are happy to send you product, please take a look at our site and let us know if this is something you’d be interested in. Thank you and we look forward to your reply! email@example.com
My name is Carolyn Schultz and I am the founder and editor of an established manicure website called Manicure Du Jour. The website focuses on everything from nail tutorials to staying up to date with the latest nail collaborations.
I believe we met briefly at last February’s Marchesa NYFW show where I snapped some pics of your nails. I was hoping to send over a few interview questions for you to answer regarding your favorite salons, hottest winter nail colors, your take on certain nail trends, etc. Would this be possible?
Please let me know if I can provide you with any other information regarding my request. I look forward to hearing from you.
Manicure Du Jour
Dear Molly Sims,
First of all, by way of introduction, my name is Stephen D. Milton, engaged in business and private coaching. In connection with that, I write a blog under the name: http://www.stephendmilton.wordpress.com. My blog – containing both English and Hungharian posts – is read from 69 countries around the world. Most of my readers follow my posts through the blog site itself, some people receive my posts via e-mail, while others follow me on LinkedIn, Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest or on Facebook.
I initiated a voting in the category of the „Man of the Year” among the readers of my blog in this December. Of course, this voting cannot rival with that of the TIME Magazine’s running under the same name. However, I believe that for those people who receive nominations from my readers, this is a nice, positive feedback and can be viewed as a sign that their lives are worthy to be followed by others.
I expect nominations of those people for The Man of the Year voting introduced by me whose life and/or way of living inspires others. Anyone from amongst my readers can nominate people even without any reasoning behind that. Although the voting has only been recently announced I have already received many nominations.
I am pleased to inform You that my readers nominated You for the Man of the Year category.
I would like to congratulate on Your nomination, and I am glad that You are one of those persons in our world hit by the crisis of values, whose way of life inspires others to change and to adapt changes.
Stephen D. Milton
From one Molly to the next, I just wanted to let you know how meaningful your R29 article “The Case for Not Getting Married in your 20s” was. I am 29 and in a place where all of my friends are getting or have gotten married and many are now having kids. I love celebrating these milestones with them but sometimes feel like I’m worlds behind and getting left out. It is nice to hear your prospective and realize that not everyone gets married at 25.
Thank you for sharing!
I m a parisian jewelery designer if you like my creations and want to talk on your website would be so nice of you my website with an Eshop is http://www.simonasimona.com my mail is firstname.lastname@example.org hope I ll be in touch with you soon and you ll like french designs , my name is Jeanne. I wish you a very beautiful day!!!
Jeanne( from Paris )
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