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Help us spread the word about Goodsearch

Support your cause by sharing the message below on Facebook or Twitter:

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1. Send an Email to Family and Friends

Subject: An invitation from [name]

I just joined Goodsearch.com to raise funds for [charity or school name] Goodsearch donates money to your favorite cause when you search the Internet, shop online or dine out at local restaurants! Use Goodsearch.com to search the Internet and they donate a penny per search to your cause. Use Goodshop.com when you shop online and they donate a percentage of every purchase and offer over 100,000 coupons to help you save money too! Sign up for their Gooddining program and they'll donate a percentage of your restaurant bill when you eat at any one of thousands of participating restaurants. It's really easy; it's free and turns simple everyday actions into a way to make the world a better place. Please sign up today to help me support [charity or school name] or choose your own.

Go to www.goodsearch.com to get started.

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2. Add an Email Footer

One of the best ways to promote Goodsearch (and your cause) is to add a message to the bottom of your outgoing emails. Here is some sample text and directions on how to set this up so that it happens automatically.

Sample Text –

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I Goodsearch for [charity or school name]

Raise money for your favorite charity or school just by searching the Internet at www.Goodsearch.com (powered by Yahoo), shopping online at www.Goodshop.com or dining at a restaurant in the www.Gooddining.com network.

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3. Share this Video

Pass along this short video that explains how Goodsearch works. Here are a few ways to use it:

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for your website

1. Add a Goodsearch and Goodshop Logo to Your Website, Blog or Profile

You can support [charity or school name] by adding a Goodsearch logo or button to your website or blog. It helps promote awareness and [charity or school name] will be pre-selected when someone clicks through.

Use the following instructions to add a logo or button to your website or blog.

LOGOS

Goodsearch logo

313x63 logo - cut and paste code below

Goodsearch smaller logo

200x40 logo - cut and paste code below

Text to Include with Links

Support [charity or school name] when you search the Web or shop online with Goodsearch.

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2. Blog About Us

This is one of the best ways to get the word out to all of your friends and supporters. Here's an example of what other bloggers have written that you can feel free to customize and share with others:

Here's an easy way to raise money for your favorite cause. Just start using Yahoo! powered Goodsearch.com as your search engine and they'll donate about a penny to your favorite cause every time you do a search! In addition, do all of your shopping through their online shopping mall, Goodshop.com, where you can shop at more than 2,600 top online retailers and a percentage of your purchases will go to the charity or school of your choice. You pay the same price as you normally would, but a donation goes to your cause! You can also enroll in the Gooddining program. Eat at over 10,000 participating restaurants nationwide and you can earn up to 6% of every dollar spent on the meal as a donation for your charity or school. Here's the web site — http://www.goodsearch.com/. You can also read about Goodsearch in the NY Times, Oprah Magazine, CNN, ABC News and the Wall Street Journal.

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stay connected

1. Social Networks

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Update your status on your Facebook and Twitter accounts letting fans and followers know they can help support your cause! Here is some sample text: You can help support [charity or school name] when you search the web, shop online or dine out. Find out more about Goodsearch.com http://bit.ly/pnwg

Support our cause when you search or shop online! Download the new Goodsearch/Goodshop toolbar at http://www.goodsearch.com/toolbar/mode/

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