This year’s eQuipping for eMinistry (e4e) Blog Tour is a giveaway! Two Cru bloggers and two Cru readers will win a Fire tablet from Amazon. The tour will run about March 21st to April 21st, depending on submissions.
How to submit your post to the blog tour
Bloggers, submit your post to the blog tour. If you’re on staff with Cru, email a link to your blog post entry to to my personal cru email address or to e4e at cru.org. Posting on the tour automatically enters you in the giveaway.
I add new blog posts to the tour every other day. These blog links are posted on the tour basically in the order I receive them, so being an early submitter will give your blog more exposure. Easily more than 400 readers follow this tour, so the tour is a great way to gain new followers.
Non-English blog posts are also welcome.
Subscribe for an email alert to the “different stops” on the tour
If you want to follow the tour, I send a weekly email with links to the new posts added to the tour. Click here and subscribe at the bottom of the form for the “Current blog tour”. The default on this form will also subscribe you to a weekly email of e4e posts, so look over the different options to determine which email subscriptions and alerts fit your interests.
A subscription is the best way to know of new posts on the blog tour, however, if you choose not to subscribe, just come back to the tour occasionally to read new blog posts that have been added. I will also alert readers to new posts on e4e’s Facebook page. This is not a reliable way to follow the tour, but if you want to try this, like e4e’s Facebook page here.
The Fire giveaway
I’ll give away four Fire tablets: two for Cru bloggers as well as two for Cru readers. The link for readers to enter the giveaway will be on the blog tour post, starting Monday.
Special considerations: I’m limiting the winners to Cru staff only. Anyone who has won a Kindle from e4e already will not be eligible for the giveaway, but I’d still love to have you publish on the tour. I will try to get a Kindle Fire to an overseas winner. If I can do so through Amazon in your country, that will be the easiest way for me to try this. If it’s problematic to send one, I’m sorry, but then I would be unable to send a tablet to an overseas winner (due to a family wedding… I’m trying to keep other things in my life simple).
See you on the tour this Monday!