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Nicole Donnelly, founder of BabyLegs, has started her next adventure...Salty Waffle! We’re excited to announce that Salty Waffle is now offering online social media courses. Salty Waffle courses are designed specifically to help you grow your reputation and your business. Your readers will learn how to find and build authentic relationships online and establish a flexible social media plan.
 
The lessons offer exercises and real world examples to learn from. Proceed through the courses at your own pace, our Salty Waffle coaches and your classmates are standing by to help you through the material and make sure you have fun and get everything you can out of the experience.

We would love to include a button or banner on your site and/or in your newsletter that offers your members a 33% savings off our $75 monthly tuition. We would send you a button and banner specifically for (Your blog), let us know if you need different sizes. We will also share the revenue of the classes with you 50/50! For each person that signs up with code “(Your Code)”, you will earn at the very least $25!

Feel free to check out the classes here. Please let us know if you are interested and we will work with you to set it up.

Cheers!


Questions? Email Me: Angela@SwankyMoms.com

Cheers!

www.SaltyWaffle.com
Social media made simple.


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