Logos Teams Up with Zondervan for a #DailyDeal

This Daily Deal Has Expired! Keep Following Us on Twitter for More Daily Deals!

Those of you that follow us on Twitter know that our #DailyDeal program features a special 50% off deal every day of the week.

Today we are partnering with Zondervan to feature 1001 Illustrations that Connect, a powerful resource for preachers, teachers, and writers. Now you can add this collection of powerful illustrations—culled from Christianity Today‘s popular website Preaching Today.com—to your Logos 4 resources for 50% off using the coupon code DD5423 !

Make Sure You Don’t Miss Out on Future #DailyDeals!

After you pick up 1001 Illustrations that Connect,  make sure you get all of the great deals we have coming your way!

Here’s how:

  1. You’ll want to follow us on Twitter. You’ll need a Twitter account, or you can import our Twitter feed into a reader via RSS.
  2. Watch our Twitter feed each weekday, and keep an eye out for the “#DailyDeals” hashtag. This marks a 50% off, one-day-only sale!
  3. In order to take advantage of the #DailyDeal, you’ll need to click on the link to the order screen.
  4. Once you’ve clicked on the link, enter the coupon code. In this case, the code is “DD5423”, as show below.
  5. Proceed through the purchase.  Now you’re on your way to enjoying great reading and studying material!

Share #DailyDeals with Your Friends!

Sharing these great deals with your friends and followers is really easy! Simply click ‘retweet’ so all of your friends on Twitter can get in on the deal, too!

So pick up your copy of 1001 Illustrations that Connect  at 50% off, and  make sure you check out tomorrow’s #DailyDeal!

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4 Responses to “Logos Teams Up with Zondervan for a #DailyDeal”

  1. Ginger November 22, 2011 at 5:45 am #

    Not on FB but am an avid user of Logos for many years now. Thanks for the notification of deals!

  2. steve November 22, 2011 at 8:56 am #

    It would be nice if you would also post on the Forum. i prefer reading more than one line posts (e.g. not twitter or facebook).

    Thanks

  3. Dennis November 23, 2011 at 10:08 pm #

    Not interested. I tire of multi-tier pricing of some companies and special coupons. This feels like there is a special customer you value who will spend time searching through the messages for the one message with the deal. Don’t hide it, market in all your venues evenly. We all are not gifted in the same way and we are not all interested in the same forms of communication. Now if your trying to build a new market in that area then you must also understand you are choosing to ignore those who aren’t. When do we move to Google+ since it’s the next big one.

  4. Mark Gomez November 28, 2011 at 9:54 pm #

    Twitter? Really? Bummer…I have enough to keep up with as it is without having to follow tweets…