So this month is actually the one year anniversary of the Psychology.news blog (which may be cheating since you haven’t heard much from me lately here, truthfully).
It is also the one year anniversary of me posting a Referral Source of the Month. The first ever Referral Source of the Month I wrote was right here on this blog on January 22, 2016 for the month of February.
Admittedly, I thought you might get a little bored of those posts so I just started putting them in my weekly email newsletter which is of course free but geared toward people who are specifically interested in Reviews and IME’s. In case you missed out on that you can find it and subscribe to it at www.ReviewsandIMEs.com. Believe it or not this coming Sunday morning will be the 44th Sunday morning in a row where that weekly email newsletter is sent out.
You can help pick the next “Referral Source of the Month” for the first anniversary. I’d like your feedback. Who should be the next “Referral Source of the Month?” When I post the referral source of the month many times it is just because I had coincidentally just talked to someone from that company or some news story about them had appeared. There is rarely a particularly good reason 😉 So… I thought for the one year anniversary of the Free Referral Source of the Month I’d give you all the opportunity to comment on our Facebook group and in our LinkedIn group about which company you think would make a great Referral Source of the Month.
Feel free to leave comments about companies below where I posted:
Our Reviews & IME’s LinkedIn group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8494036
Our Reviews & IME’s Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/reviewsandimes/
and the Shameless plug for my book with 365+ Referral Sources at www.ReviewsandIMEs.com
P.S. for those of you who like to follow my rants re: APA and APA-accredited internships, I had a letter published in the January, 2017 APA Monitor and you can learn about that here.