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Saturday, September 5, 2009

Chessblog Banner Offer and Tutorial

Dear lovers of women's chess,

I am grateful to all of you for visiting my blog, thereby supporting women's chess in the world.

There is a lot we need to do help promote chess for women, for example:
- raise awareness of chess in schools, among both girls and boys
- speak about chess in all social media such as Facebook and Twitter
- use all forms of communication like audio, podcasts, video
- promote chess in blogs and personal web sites
- support chess competitions and encourage girls and women to participate
- recommend organizers put decent prizes for first women in mixed events
- commend organizers for holding women chess events
- help coordinate women's chess tournament calendar to avoid conflicts
- promote women chess stars so they can be role model for youth
- promote blitz chess which is great for spectators

If you have a good chess story about women's chess, please feel free to share it with me by email, and we I will try to help you tell the world about it.

I would like to ask all of you who have blogs and web sites to help me promote this women's chess blog by showing one of my banners. In exchange, I can offer you a free autographed chess gift, mailed personally by me to you!

If you'd like to claim your gift, just send me an email, give me the link to your site, as well as your mailing address, and the gift will soon be in the mail to you!

TUTORIAL on how to add a banner to your web site.

I have 3 banners, of 3 sizes:

1) horizontal 199px x 60px

2) vertical 100px x 199 px

3) Horizontal 468px x 60 px

Select the one you would like and simply copy this code to your page:

If you have any questions, feel free to send me an email and I will answer you!

Best chess wishes to you, and thanks for promoting women's chess,
Yours truly,
Alexandra Kosteniuk
Women's World Chess Champion
and Supporter of Women's Chess



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