Subscriber Drive

I am interested in increasing the number of readers who subscribe to this blog. I have an email subscription that sends a per post notification but honestly, most people find that obtrusive and if I get on a writing roll it floods in boxes with notifications. Some folks prefer it so it is an option. I am unsure as to how long I can maintain it because spam is becoming an increasing problem (and we all HATE Spam)

I have a Feedblitz account and this, to me, is the most unobtrusive way to be notified of posts. Once a day Feedblitz sends a notification of my blogs activities with snippets of the posts. You can visit if you like or delete the email. Registration is simple. just provide your email in the subscribe box to the left and you will get a confirmation. Once you confirm, that is it. No need to register, no need to have an account, no need to worry. Just sit back and relax and let the marvel of the electronic age keep you informed. You may unsubscribe at any time. Please consider signing up for this service.

Any blogger who has a similar account can let me know and I will sign up as a matter of reciprocity (and to keep informed of your good work).

Have a great day!

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2 Responses to “Subscriber Drive”

  1. hdw says:

    The no frills RSS feed works for me. If I don’t want to know which feeds have been updated, I don’t check. When I want to know, I don’t have to worry about my e-mail being overwhelmed.

  2. Big Dog says:

    Good point and that works for many. Some folks though do not use RSS Feed readers so this is another option…