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Wishing You a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous 2011

Christmas Greetings

From all of us at Extreme How-To and Latitude3 Media we wish you the best during your Holiday season.  We have been blessed as a company and as individuals to have loyal readers and followers like you.  Reader loyalty, always important is even more precious during hard economic conditions.  Thank you for your continued support.

We enter 2011 with confidence born out of continued growth during the past two years when other competitors struggled.   On the digital side we anticipate big changes in our website that will benefit you with easier navigation and an updated more efficient layout.  We want to deliver a better experience for you on our sites.

Our newsletter now reaches more than two million and we will continue to improve it.  Our website is now reaching approximately a half million users each month and we expect that to radically grow in 2011.  We have grown to more than 5000 followers on our Blog.  You are one of many, but we want you to know that each of you is important and we wish you the best. Without you, what we do doesn’t matter and so your welfare affects us too.

Thank you for your e-mails both positive and negative. Everyone loves to get a pat on the back, but we also know that sometimes a kick in the pants is also needed to continue improving. So we enter 2011 with anticipation for great things and the knowledge that if things turn tough, we have been down that road and we are still in a great position to make our dreams a reality.

Sincerely,

Hal Jones
Online Media Director
Latitude3 Media

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