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October 6, 2012
A great time to advertise
Holiday issue • ads 20% off
Hinduism Today's next issue comes out around November 20— a time when everyone's looking for gift ideas. Perfect time to let them know what you've got. Plus we're offering a 20% discount. Contact us by October 15. Details below.
Ad tip of the month:
If you have several items or services to offer, it will probably be better to let your ad deal with just one.
The ad on the left was submitted to us by prolific author Vamadeva Shastri (Dr. David Frawley). He could have tried to impress us with the range of his titles and subjects. But he wisely resists the temptation and tells us instead of just one book—in depth and with fine clarity.
As a result, the ad tells us a great deal beyond just the one book. It tells us the author deals with highly mystical subjects, that he has a fine grasp of Hinduism and knows how to teach it with simplicity and relevance. A person with a keen interest in spirituality will not fail to notice, and is quite likely to visit the websites at the bottom of the ad. Now he will know who Vamadeva is. Thus the ad serves not only to offer the one book, it widens the author's renown—nice accomplishment for one small ad!
And remember: we're here to help
We're here to help with your ad's concept, wording and design. And if you are running multiple insertions, you may alter your ad from issue to issue—something Vamadeva (above) has taken full advantage of, presenting a different book every few issues. This can build up a readership who begin to look forward to your ads!
Advertiser of the month: a higher
part of ourselves
Fourteen years ago, young Pandit Samavedula heard an inner voice saying, "The world needs you!" It then started to come to him powerfully that his priestly trade was a potent instrument he could use to uplift fellow human beings. From then on, he was a freelance priest on a mission.
"A yagya (Vedic fire ceremony) done in your name can altogether transform your life," he explains. "But you need to be all there for it. Before I arrange for a ceremony on behalf of someone, I help the person prepare so he or she can get the most out of it. Worship is a serious and rewarding endeavor. It is a time we consciously cooperate with celestial beings and get in touch with a higher part of ourselves. It sets the stage for solution-consciousness to come and replace problem-consciousness. The effects can be far-reaching, even miraculous, sometimes." See panditji's latest ad.
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We wish you a most joyous holiday season
with a gift of a special 20% discount off your first ad. Contact our ad manager before October 15.
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