Sunday, September 6, 2009

Economics for your inbox

A while back, I set up daily e-mail subscriptions to my blog posts. When I set it up, I was unsure of the idea. Understandably, I was skeptical that the automated e-mails would live up to their Feedburner hype. But, the automated e-mails have exceeded my expectations. If you like what's going on here at my blog, you should sign up for the daily e-mail. Here are three reasons why:

1. The format is great. I thought that the text of my blog posts would be garbled by the time they reached your inbox, but they actually have a clean, simple and readable format. I actually prefer it to my blog's format. Here's an example screenshot from last week:

Isn't that something you could wake up to seeing in your inbox? I know it puts a smile on my face.

2. It's automatic, so you don't forget. If you came here, you probably like what's going on at my blog. Maybe you even love my writing. But sometimes, for whatever reason, we forget to check websites that we love. The great thing about e-mail updates is that they're automatic. They arrive everyday I write a post. That way, you don't have to fret about checking.

3. It is easy to subscribe. Here's how you do it: (1) Enter your e-mail address in the textbox just below the weekly poll, (2) Verify that you're human by entering the Captcha Text, and (3) Click on the link that arrives in your e-mail (hopefully not in spam).

Even if e-mail updates are not for you, I'm glad you stopped by. Come back tomorrow. I promise to have a more economically-minded post.

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