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Hi there,

Daniel from SitePoint here. 

A few days back I emailed you about getting a free year of SitePoint Premium.

This is a quick follow up to let you know that this offer is ending soon!

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  • One FREE year of SitePoint Premium. Includes unlimited downloads of our growing library of 82 ebooks, 65 courses and 180+ screencasts.
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The whole process takes less than five minutes and there’s no credit card required! No catch, just follow the instructions below.

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  • Enter your account details, and be sure to use your work email. 

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  • Wait for your site to be set up on that page. 

  • Check your email for one final email titled, 'Your Atlassian Cloud site is ready'. 
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Daniel Graziano
SitePoint Premium

Terms: This offer is only available if you are new to Atlassian, use the link provided above and sign up using your work email. Once your email is verified, I will send you a coupon code for your free year of SitePoint Premium.

 

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