1000 People Like New Beginnings Doula Training on Facebook

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1000 People Like New Beginnings Doula Training on FacebookThis past week the number of people (mostly women) who like our Facebook page climbed to 1000. It’s a small number in comparison to other organizations, but we feel that this a milestone worth making note of, especially given that only last month did we run our first limited advertising campaign. This means that more than 99% of people to like our page were organic, natural likes from people who are genuinely interested in what we are doing at New Beginnings Doula Training.

To celebrate, over the next ten days, we are reposting to our Facebook page our top 10 most popular posts from the past year, one post each day.

Additionally In honor of this little step forward, we are staging a promotion. For the next 10 days (October 28 – November 6, 2016), new full course registrations (normally $400 USD) will be discounted $20 USD. 1000 pennies didn’t seem like enough of a discount, so we doubled it to 2000 pennies. This promotion applies to full course registrations only, and does not apply to payment plans.

In addition to offering a discount on registrations, we are going to donate another $20 USD for every full course registration to a charity of our choice. We are working on negotiations at present and so we’ll not release details on the charity to be supported just yet, however we are considering organizations that will offer a significant contribution to the improvement of childbirth outcomes in less developed regions of the world. In such areas, even $20 USD can make a significant contribution. Details are to follow on the charity that we select.

To sign up for New Beginnings Doula Training, visit the registration page for details.

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Rachel has worked as a register nurse (BSN from University of Utah) since 2004 with a work history in Labor and Delivery, NICU and Postpartum Care. She is also the founder of New Beginnings Doula Training which she organized in 2011. When she's not busy being a mother and grandmother, she can be found reading research papers related to some aspect of childbirth.

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