Greetings YEI members
To our new YEI members
Welcome to the YEI community! We have many new YEI members. We hope you enjoy and find benefit in the YEI website and this newsletter content. Please read the item at the end of this Editor’s column titled Get the most out of the You’ve Earned It platform – in order to get the maximum benefit from the YEI website, newsletter and Facebook page.
YEI business mailer
Our readers may not be aware that we send out a regular communication to our advertisers (corporate advertisers and business listers). This communication updates our advertisers on what is happening at YEI, and advises them of any specials on offer. There are close to 1000 advertisers (current and prospective) that we contact via this mailer. If any of our readers who own businesses would like to be featured on the YEI platform, and/or would like to advertise B2B in this mailer, please do get in contact.
The dark side of internet dating, and dating in general
In the last YEI newsletter, we published an article titled “Stay Safe with Online Dating”. We had a lot of reaction to this article – both positive and negative. A YEI reader sent us a heartfelt request to publish the story of her sister’s experience in online dating, and dating in general. A very much edited version of the story can be seen here. Please note that this story does reflect the dark side of internet dating, and dating in general.
YEI reader publishes online books
A YEI reader, Eugene J van Wyk MCSP, has written the following e-books, available on www.smashwords.com
These Are Cameos Of My Experience And Encounters, As A Sight-diminishing Or Even A Totally Blind Enthusiastic Professional Person. Please click here for further information
Health And Wealth Beams Subheading: Fear Health And Wealth Future?
During my international professional career, I noticed the mounting concern about folk’s health and financial retirement fears! More of my patients and acquaintances began to notice the growing impact of creeping inflation. They began to fear that their financial provisions for retirement were falling short! Please click here for further information
My Precious Spine And I A Self-Help Manual For You And Your Spine
Based on years of practical experience, this ebook of spinal care information is offered without mystifying and confusing medical jargon. The most important subject within is evangelising, back care, and improving the quality of your life. Please click here for further information
YEI winners, and feedback from YEI winners
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the books The Woman in the Wood and Dead to Me by Lesley Pearse is Brian Turnbull from Durbanville. Congratulations! Thank you to Penguin Random House for providing this awesome prize!
YEI winner’s names can be seen here
Comments from YEI winners can be seen here.
YEI – What’s On
We invite you to browse through the What’s On guide to see what is on during the next month.
This week’s highlight in What’s On:
The next concert in the Cape Town Concert Series – taking place on Saturday 16 September at the Baxter Concert Hall with cellist Alexey Stadler accompanied by Francois du Toit on piano.
Click here to go through to the What’s On guide.
Change of email address
Don’t forget to send us your new email address prior to retiring, or changing jobs. To change your email address, send us a mail with your name, old and new email address, name of suburb, town, province and cell phone number. YEI doesn’t want you to miss out on great pensioner deals and all of the other valuable information that you receive through the YEI newsletter.
Ensure receipt of the YEI free fortnightly Newsletter
Don’t forget to add email@example.com (the YEI email address) to your address book in order to ensure receipt of the YEI free fortnightly newsletter. Servers often see YEI as spam due to references in the newsletter to discounts, great deals, and the like.
When making an enquiry or booking with a YEI business listing
When you make an enquiry or a booking at a business listing in the YEI Directory, please advise the business, either telephonically, or via email, that you are a YEI member, and quote the YEI reference number, which can be found at the bottom of each listing.
Get the most out of the You’ve Earned It platform
- Interact with other readers, comment on articles, give us your opinion on listings, tell us your stories – talk to us!
- Browse through the YEI website to read articles and press releases etc that are not necessarily featured on the YEI website.
- Use the YEI Directory – enjoy great savings and benefits countrywide. Something for everyone in the Directory!
- When you contact an advertiser in the YEI Directory, be it an enquiry or booking, please quote the reference number detailed at the bottom of the advertisement.
- Click on the banners for further information.
- “Like” the YEI Facebook page – be the first to hear about all sorts – over-60-related!
Until next month…
Marilyn and the YEI Team