Pretend that you are a casual or regular reader of Seven Gates, the Grammar Captive weekly newsletter, and that you have just read an article that expresses well an idea that you were having trouble expressing in conversation with a friend on the day before. So, you decide to share the letter. But, how?
Fortunately, just below the article that you just read you see a Click and Share link that opens to an email with a link pointing to the article. Now, pretend that this is the link: https://www.grammarcaptive.com/overview.html?letter_no=3. Notice that the link is pointing to Edition No. 3 of the Seven Gates newsletter.
So, click on the above link, and when you have finished the article that opens in your screen, tweet the same on your Twitter account.
In effect, the same functionality that was set up for Grammar Captive’s weekly podcasts, now works for Seven Gates.
By the way, if you are interested in other editions of the newsletter, please do not hesitate to click where it says Read in the navigation bar under the heading Info/Newsletter of the same page where you just read Edition No. 3. There are now four editions from which you can choose.
The idea for a counter is now in place. Simply, I have to develop it. And quickly, if at all possible.