Little booklet does big business

A little booklet we published this past weekend has done big things for the CONTACT brand with overwhelming support for the concept and awesome feedback.

What am I talking about?

Weapons of the ADF – Handy Reference Guide – to fit your viewee twoee – is a new publication from the CONTACT stable.

It’s just a small (viewee twoee-sized), 20-page e-book listing the common weapons issued to soldiers, sailors and airmen, with pictures, brief description and tab data.

This new booklet is a freebie, which every new subscriber will receive when they subscribe (if you’re a new subscriber and you didn’t get it, please let me know editor@militarycontact.com).

Naturally, not wanting to disadvantage those who already are subscribers, we offered to flick a copy to them too.

All they had to do was …… follow the instructions in Sunday’s newsletter sent to all subscribers.

If you didn’t get that newsletter you need to subscribe, lest you miss out on more great giveaways.

Anyway, from the feedback we’ve received so far, there’s overwhelming support for a second, and a third and a fourth (and maybe more), versions of this little booklet.

As you’ve probably come to expect, these future versions will (probably?) also be free – because that’s how we roll.

What I would ask in return, however, is if you need something military – like viewee twoees, for example – consider buying from MILITARY SHOP – because we get a commission from them if you select CONTACT Magazine from the appropriate dropdown in the checkout process.

 

Sincerely,
Brian Hartigan
Managing Editor

editor@militarycontact.com

 

 

 

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Brian Hartigan

Managing Editor Contact Publishing Pty Ltd PO Box 3091 Minnamurra NSW 2533 AUSTRALIA

2 thoughts on “Little booklet does big business

  • 31/05/2016 at 9:25 pm
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    Hi Contact. Love the magazine. Just skimmed through your latest “Weapons of the ADF ” pocket guide. Was a great read. Only weapon you are missing is the M134D Minigun which is usually mounted on the CH-47 Chinook as a door gun.

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    • 31/05/2016 at 10:06 pm
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      Thanks Adam.
      I forgot about the the minion on Chinook.
      I’ll be sure to put it in the next version.
      And thanks for you kind feedback.
      Brian

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