VANCOUVER, British Columbia, July 13th, 2018 /CSO/ -- MiniTool Solution Ltd. Just released MiniTool ShadowMaker 2.0, and it is about to partner with Giveaway of the Day (GOTD) to do a giveaway of its personal pro version, a little less than two months after it launched the latest backup software in late May this year.
Although the English beta version of this software was originally only available in Australia, Europe and America, in May of this year it was released in additional countries and is finally available worldwide. To celebrate the software's expansion as well as the release of the latest version, MiniTool will be starting the giveaway on July 16th, 2018.
Campaign Name: Giveaway of the day - MiniTool ShadowMaker Pro 2.0
Giveaway Period: July 16, 2018 from 8:00 a.m. (GMT) to 8:00 a.m. July 17, 2018
Campaign URL: https://www.giveawayoftheday.com
*Users who have already installed the English version of the software may also participate in the giveaway.
“Giveaway of the Day has been a remarkable marketing resource for up-and-coming as well as established developers looking to reach a broad base of consumers.” said Michael, the marketing manager at MiniTool. “Tens of thousands of people visit the site daily to find great deals on new software and games. We’re thrilled to collaborate for the first time on a GOTD giveaway and promotion,”
For this time giveaway, special discounts will also include, among many others:
MiniTool ShadowMaker Pro Ultimate
MiniTool ShadowMaker Business Standard
MiniTool ShadowMaker Business Deluxe
Meanwhile, you may be as well looking forward to more offer and discounts with this giveaway campaign.
Special Note to Press
The organizers reserve the rights at any time and from time to time to make alterations in the format, agenda or programme of this giveaway as may in their opinion be necessary in the best interests of the promotion.
About MiniTool ShadowMaker
MiniTool ShadowMaker Free is an all-in-one system backup and data protection solution that can be used to back up system/disk/files/folders, to customize backup schedule, to manage disk space taken up by backup files, to create WinPE bootable media, to clone hard drive, and so on. MiniTool released the very first version - MiniTool ShadowMaker 1.0 in September 2017.
Giveaway of the Day (GOTD) is a website that offers commercially licensed Windows (and occasionally Mac) software for free without software updates or technical support. Each software offered on the site is free only on a specific date, and protection software included with the download will only activate the free license if the software is installed on the correct date. Though the project prohibits commercial usage, individual software publishers may allow otherwise in the end user license agreement for their own software. The site was launched on 24 October 2006.
Founded in 2009 in Canada, MiniTool Solution Ltd. is an innovative software developer devoted to providing worldwide users the best software and service for data security, data recovery, and disk management. After 9 years' ofdevelopment, millions of people are now using MiniTool products and all speak highly of its software and service.
Visit site: https://www.minitool.com
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