Connect on Appreciation Day October 1st

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The Appreciation Society created October 1st as the first annual Appreciation Day, to allow people to share posts & emails showing words of Appreciation for free. The Appreciator can also share their words of goodwill on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and AppreciationDay.com.

“Appreciation is a missing ingredient in most people’s daily lives….both at home and at work. At the Appreciation Society we define Appreciation as a long term Thank You,” says Russell Cleveland, Founder and appreciative individual.

Today the Appreciation Society launched their online Appreciation sites: http://www.Appreciationday.com and http://www.AppreciationSociety.com with the backing of Anchorfree.com on their global platform. The Appreciation Society has also partnered with GlobIn to create a special Appreciation gift for Appreciators to send. GlobeIn is a mobile marketplace connecting artisans from remote regions to the global economy.

The purpose of the Appreciation Society is to give everyone a chance to share Appreciation in various ways. Grateful individuals can easily share their Appreciation for friends, coworkers, family, companies, causes ... anyone. It's a simple excuse to spread gratitude.

“Appreciation is a missing ingredient in most people’s daily lives….both at home and at work. At the Appreciation Society we define Appreciation as a long term Thank You,” says Russell Cleveland, Founder and appreciative individual, “Channeling the magic of appreciation creates a win-win situation for everyone --both for the person giving the sentiment and the person receiving the Appreciation.”

The Appreciation Society created October 1st as the first annual Appreciation Day, to allow people to share posts & emails showing words of Appreciation for free. The Appreciator can also share their words of goodwill on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and http://www.appreciationday.com.

This new special day for the world is supported on http:http://www.appreciationday.com and http://www.appreciationsociety.com. Whenever someone submits a post about someone, the Appreciated person receives an email containing the message of Appreciation. Both websites offer the opportunity for Appreciators to send a fun, animated e-card for a small fee of $2.99. One ecard is appropriate for acquaintances, colleagues and clients, and the other is more personal and emotional, created for sending to family, friends or someone special.

Companies can also show their gratitude and goodwill. The Appreciation Society offers organizations the opportunity to partner with the Appreciation Society and learn how to show employees and customers how to express their gratitude.

“At the Appreciation Society, we take pleasure in conveying the overall message of the importance of sharing Appreciation,” says Cleveland.

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