irevuo Giveaway

First of all, let me tell you that we’re so close to reaching our extended goal. And because we believe we can reach it, we’re hosting this really cool giveaway on our Facebook page. We’re offering the following prizes:

  • 50 digital downloads of our first issue (which will be released in January 2013)
  • 10 one year subscriptions to our magazine (4 issues, digital download)
  • 5 copies of our first issue (printed)
  • 1 one year subscription to our magazine (4 issues, printed)

Cool prizes, huh?

To enter this giveaway you have to: like us on Facebook, tweet about irevuo, follow us on Twitter, write a blog post about us. You can do all of them (if you want to be eligible to win the big prize,) or you can choose to do only one task.

We want to be able to make this magazine (printed and digital), and that’s why we need your help. We’ve got some really cool perks on our Indiegogo page.

I also want to tell you about this new (and last) perk we just launched. It’s called Mega Donor, it’s the most expensive ($500), but for that amount you get your name on our donors page, an official irevuo T-shirt, advertising on our website for 6 months(sidebar ad), and a one year subscription to our magazine (printed and digital).  I’d say it’s a pretty good deal, considering that the advertising package alone is awesome. It would be awesome on this blog, with the traffic I’m getting now.

I’m sure we can raise those $382 that we need. I’m sure a lot of folks want this magazine, just as much as they wanted a website that would be dedicated to promoting unknown artists.

So yeah, like I said in a post a couple of days ago: our dream is to make other dreams come true. Or something like that. But we need your help (even if this means spreading the word).

P.S. Don’t forget. We’re accepting recommendations at contact at irevuo dot com. You can’t recommend yourself, but other than that, you can recommend any kind of artist, young, old, from here or the Moon.

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5 thoughts on “irevuo Giveaway

  1. Christian,

    Good luck with this project. I look forward to seeing how it all works out for you. It's the type of project I've thought of trying every now and then. If there's anyway I can help from my side of the world…

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