Dear Sir or Madam,
I am writing to you as a representative of SoftFinder.com
, a recently launched online software directory. SoftFinder is developed and managed by Red Sky, a company owing several on-line projects, largely successful in the global market. Their portfolio includes popular search engines, such as Alternative, FilesTube, an international movie website Pnop, a flash games platform Wowin and many others.
To celebrate the recent launch of SoftFinder we want to organize a grand software giveaway. The event will be promoted through a multichannel campaign, including Social Media, YouTube, AdWords, mailings, press releases and guest blogging.
Red Sky’s network generates over 130 mln unique users every month. Owing to this, we are able to direct a traffic of over 200,000 users per day to SoftFinder, plus, we can reach over 2 mln international Facebook fans of different interests and professions and get them involved.
What do we offer?
We would like to invite you to join us as a partner providing software licenses for the software giveaway.
In return, we can offer attractive, free of charge advertising opportunities, including promotional banners, featuring your company on our home and landing page, as well as in the newsletter sent to over 100K subscribers - please see examples
. Specific advertisement arrangements would depend on the value of sponsored prizes and all further agreements.
I believe this is a unique opportunity to get your products in the spotlight and in front of a global, but specifically-targeted audience - all this for just the equivalent of your own software licenses.
I do hope that this is something you might be willing to consider. I can provide you with more information, and will appreciate the opportunity to discuss the topic in further detail. If you are interested, please reply at your earliest convenience.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
I am looking forward to hearing from you.
Liwia KlichSoftFinder Marketing Team
I told them that Project Invincible is FOSS (i.e. I can't "provide software licenses"). In addition, I don't own the copyright of the whole source code (there are still parts written by former developers), so I can't make Project Invincible commercial even if I wanted.