Everyone wants to know how safe their information is and what do you do with my name and email if I enter your giveaway, right? First off I am selfish and will not share your name or email with anyone besides the company that is offering the giveaway IF I have disclosed this before the sign-up. Otherwise it is safe to know that I will be in control of your emails and guard them from third-party advertisers.
If I find a really good freebie, sale, or time sensitive deal then I may email you to give you a chance to jump on it first hand. I may not have time to create a blog post or do a big Social Media shout out. I have four children and a hubby that are my main priority but I also LOVE a good freebie or deal. I will use a mail delivery service such as Mad Mini or Mail Chimp to create newsletter campaigns in which to deliver my awesome news. SO be on the lookout for these. I will not send out daily emails cause that just clutters your inbox and that drives my crazy.
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