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Friday, 10 January 2014

In my ongoing efforts to become a proper, professional writer, I now have a newsletter. Or, at least, I have a list of people I would send newsletters to if I had it all working yet. Which, hey, is a start. So, do please sign up!





I promise you won't be spammed. I can seriously promise that. But there will be blog post digests and there will be the odd freebie giveaway and there may even be the occasional stab at humour. Which, I'm sure we'd all agree, is too enticing a prospect to miss...

9 comments:

  1. All signed up! I think newsletters are probably the most effective way of getting into touch with readers today. I'll be curious to know how that thought works in practice. :)

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    1. Thanks, Steph. I signed up to yours, too...

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  2. Did you know that MailChimp give out your home address to subscribers? That seems a bit odd. Just lettting you know.

    Also, I'll be popping around tonight. What's for dinner?.

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    1. So they do! Thanks, didn't know that. I've made it a little more vague so I don't have hordes of irate readers turning up at the door...

      I'm out tonight playing games with some friends - welcome to come! Probably King of Tokyo...

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    2. How would MailChimp have that information? The subscription forms I've seen ask for email only.

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    3. They asked for mine when I signed up, just as they asked for yours. That's why all your MailChimp emails have your address on - which is, apparently, 1234 Banana Blvd, San Diego ;-)

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  3. I signed up a while ago -- waiting for your first newsletter... This year, I'm focusing more on my subscribers; I plan to spoil them rotten with all manner of goodies.

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    1. Yep, I haven't actually done any emails yet - I'm going to start sorting that out real soon now. But I think I'm going to do the same as you, work hard to build up my newsletter subscribers.

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  4. A newsletter, you are professional. I'm definitely not professional or proper, and no worries, I live too far away to come over for dinner.

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