This is particularly addressed to those of you who subscribe to Needle ‘n Thread’s daily newsletter, which allows you to get my posts in your e-mail on the day after they are posted. Of course, all of you are welcome to read and comment on the topic!
I’m considering changing services for the delivery of my daily newsletter, to a paid service, in order to better ensure reliable delivery and to give the option of sending out special newsletters to subscribers – advanced notice of give-aways and contests, occasional special lessons, etc. This would give me a bit more control over subscriptions and would hopefully eliminate some of the glitches I (and probably you) have experienced with the current e-mail subscriptions.
This in no way changes your privacy or anything in that regard. Your e-mails are solely used for my newsletter and nothing else, and I guard that trust very carefully! Also, never fear! I would not be flooding your inbox with ridiculous amounts of embroidery-related mail… but occasionally, I would like to be able to send special news to my subscribers, or to give you the opportunity to receive special newsletters on specific topics.
If I go this route, it will require a little behind-the-scenes work on my part (and hopefully with the help of my dear darling brother, the Knower of All Things Internetish), and it may involve a few glitches at first, but overall, I think it will be a smooth transition. I’ll certainly be going with the best provider of this service, so, with their support, my brother’s help, and your patience, it would not be too traumatic a transition!
Before firmly investing in this, though, I’d like your feedback! What do you like about the e-mail newsletter? What would you like to see different about it? If you have any ideas, input, or suggestions, will you please share them with me?
I’m eager to make your experience with Needle ‘n Thread as pleasant, trouble-free, informative, entertaining, and (when possible!) inspirational as I can. I can do this best if I receive feedback from you, with your impressions or suggestions. So – comment away! I’m all ears! (Alternately, you can send me an e-mail via my contact form, if you would rather.)
Thanks for helping me in my constant quest to improve Needle ‘n Thread!