I’m afraid I’m going to bore everyone with website news, but I wanted to make a quick announcement that today (Friday, July 24), I am making the attempt to switch my e-mail service for the delivery of the daily newsletters! Read on, and I’ll tell you what you can expect!
I figured I may as well give a new service a try to see how it works, and if I (we!) like it, we’ll be good to go! If not, a little tweaking will put us back in place.
In the meantime, this is what you can expect:
I will be transferring the Needle ‘n Thread subscription list today (or at least, part of it…. I can only transfer 2,000 readers a day…) You will probably receive a confirmation e-mail again from me, to confirm your e-mail subscription. Following the confirmation e-mail, you will probably receive a follow-up e-mail, welcoming you to my newsletter.
If you do not receive either, don’t panic. Because you have already confirmed your subscription, you may not receive another confirmation. If, however, you go a few days without receiving the e-mail newsletter, you can re-subscribe via the form on the website here, or you can contact me directly and I’ll let you know what to do.
Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get the daily newsletters, just like before, except there will be a few changes:
1. You’ll be able to reply directly to my newsletters if you have a question!
2. If I’m a good girl about writing my posts on time, for the most part, they should arrive on the same morning that they hit the website.
3. You’ll receive special editions – occasional newsletters with extra needlework STUFF in it – tutorials or what-have-you… think of it as extra editions of the blog. These will be random and, again, occasional (once a month, I’m thinking!)
4. You’ll receive advanced notice of contests & give-aways
So that’s the plan. If there are any glitches in the next few days, it’s because I’m fiddling!
If you are not subscribed to my e-mail newsletter and are interested in doing so, feel free to sign up! The form is right there, in the right hand column. Just add your e-mail address and click “subscribe.”
Stay tuned for a Better Embroidery Post later on today! Surely I can come up with something Far More Interesting than this!
Thanks for your patience!