|AHYMSIN newsletter, issue - July 2011|
New Magazine Announcement
“A new e-zine (electronic magazine), Yoga-Week.com, will bring subscribers new FREE stories, videos, instant video streaming, and audio pod-casts to you and all your friends who subscribe,” announced Dan Prideaux, webmaster and publisher. “You will be asked to enter your name & email as the video progresses which will get you FREE access to future distributions of Swami Veda' select stories, videos, news in weekly updates.”
With the approach of Guru Purnima, Dan launched Yoga-Week.com (http://www.yoga-week.com/) with a video of Swami Nityamuktananda talking about the “Guru Principle” and almost immediately afterwards with a video of Guru Purnima at The Meditation Center in Minneapolis, MN, USA.
Immediately people responded with gratitude. Here are just three of these responses:
Dan works on Yoga-Week.com daily to provide videos, Swami Veda’s stories, lectures, and archives from the past to an audience of over 830,000 yoga enthusiasts. “Swami Veda has given me permission to proceed with his content and has sent numerous articles to me for publication.”
“About a month ago I emailed SVB about a very special e-zine which has been named Yoga-Week. Yoga-Week is more than an e-zine, but is combined with automatic emails to subscribers. Systematic updates will be sent out once or twice each week,” Dan explains.
“Early results have been stunning with many new subscribers who are eager to get helpful information.”
All costs have been born by the editor and publisher and donations have already been received to support Swami Veda’s global mission.
Twice weekly individuals who sign up will get an email with a story from Swami Veda or one of the other contributors such as Swami Nityamuktananda, Swami Nijananda, and Michael Smith and others.
New content will be available from selected contributors who contact Dan Prideaux, webmaster and editor. Contact: email@example.com .
“Future content will provide repurposing of books published by Swami’s Veda, Nitya & Nijananda, for distance learning. The result will be courses built around each book’s content,” Dan says.
Dan believes that the Guru Lineage will supply content.
“Surveyed yoga targets on which Yoga-Week will focus are over 835,000 yoga enthusiasts with special private computer technology. The targets are segregated from over 500 million Facebook current registrants. The average time spent on the Yoga-Week content is 25 minutes each log-in per subscriber. With the proper content from a few (limited) qualified writer/authors, expert internet capabilities, appealing design, and the right targeting to an interested and motivated audience, we should do very well with this new Yoga e-zine.”
Dan invites us all with:
“Welcome to http://www.yoga-week.com where the wisdom of The Himalayan Sages and personal success meet. You will find quality videos, mind-stimulating articles, and downloadable audio files, as well as self-improvement courses from which to select. Enjoy!”