Valentine's Day Ebook Giveaway: The Gift of Digital Legacy
The origin of Valentine's Day dates back hundreds of years and includes the Feast of Saint Valentine that started in the 5th century to celebrate romance, love and affection. Today it not only includes analog traditions like confectionaries and adoration but also digital ones like online greetings and electronic gift cards. At GoodTrust, we'd like to acknowledge all the love by also suggesting you protect that digital legacy of you and your loved one.
This Valentine's Day if you and your significant other sign up for GoodTrust (free) by Feb. 14 then you and your partner will be able to pick up a free copy of our ebook - Digital Legacy: Take Control of Your Online Afterlife (mygoodtrust.com/book). We'll also be giving away a free GoodTrust Premium account to 10 lucky participants. All you need to do is sign up. To be clear, you'll be able to grab your ebook on Valentine's Day by going to this site on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08NWHWHPG/.
It may not be the most amorous read for Valentine's Day but it will provide you with everything you need to ensure your digital legacy (and your partner's) isn't lost or forgotten. That includes everything from priceless assets like email, photos, social posts, documents, etc. to all the stories and memories wrapped up in them. While Valentine's Day is certainly an occasion filled with emotion, there are also important pragmatic reasons to take care of your digital legacy to prevent cyber theft, preserve financial accounts and extract any valuable data.
While you're at it, we also recommend you sign up as each other's Deputies on GoodTrust to receive the peace of mind that comes with knowing someone you trust will ensure that your final wishes are carried out in the digital domain (mygoodtrust.com/me/deputy). The whole process only takes several minutes and keep in mind that through GoodTrust you can also manage the legacy of someone who has already passed away.
Enjoy the spirit of the holiday and here's to hoping Cupid's arrow hits true. Happy Valentine's Day!