We don’t have to tell you how awesome Firefox is. Or how it’s made to make the Web a better place. You know it. You experience it every day. Ever since you downloaded the latest version. But not everyone is there yet. Some people just need a little nudge in the right direction. And that’s where you come in.
It could be friend, a family member, a colleague, your chiropractor, but chances are you know someone who isn’t on Team Firefox yet. They’re missing out on the awesome. And it just wouldn’t be fair to keep it all for yourself.
All you have to do is share your love of Firefox with someone who needs it and help Team Firefox grow. Here’s how:
Give yourself a pat on the back. In fact, get someone else to do it for you. You’ve earned it. You not only helped someone get the best of the Web, you helped make sure it stays open, accessible, transparent, safe and – most of all – awesome.
Thanks for your support of our belief in principles over profit and for using a browser that answers to no one but you. Let’s keep building a better Web together.
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Copy and paste this text into a new email message to friends and family, and help them start using Firefox today.
Email subject line: Firefox is awesome, just like you!
Dear [enter mom/brother/colleague/dog walker/whoever here],
It's time we had a little talk about how awesome Mozilla Firefox is: It's pretty awesome. I know you've been missing out, so I'm here to help.
I've had it for a few weeks now and I can tell you that it makes my online experience better every day. Not surprising since it's made to make the Web a better place.
So here are some helpful tips to get Firefox and see all the awesomeness for yourself:
OK, now you've got it. So you're not only getting the best the Web has to offer, you're also helping make sure that it stays open, accessible, transparent, safe and — most of all — awesome. Pretty cool, right? That's because Mozilla Firefox values principles over profit and answers to no one but you.
Oh, and if all that seems like too much, I'd be happy to come over and install it for you. We could have a coffee, hang out and catch up. It just wouldn't be fair to keep Firefox all to myself.
Yours in better browsing,
[Enter your name here]