Blog email subscription

As I mentioned a couple weeks ago, Feedburner, the service I’ve been using for blog email subscriptions, is shutting down. I’m switching over to MailerLite. The new email subscription is up and running. You can sign up here if you’d like.

If you’re already subscribed via Feedburner, there’s no need to sign up again with MailerLite. Some time in the next few weeks I will import all the email addresses from Feedburner into MailerLite. There will be some formatting changes and hopefully that will be the only difference you notice.

You could also subscribe via my RSS feed or follow one of my Twitter accounts if you’d like.

6 thoughts on “Blog email subscription

  1. MailerLite is less expensive for the volume of email I’ll be sending out.

    MailChimp has a lot of features that I’m sure other businesses find valuable, but all I want is to keep emailing blog posts to the people who have asked for it. No campaigns, no tracking, etc.

  2. Also, MailChimp will censor you:

    Mailchimp “does not allow the distribution of content that is, in our sole discretion, materially false, inaccurate, or misleading, in a way that could deceive or confuse others about important events, topics, or circumstances.”

    For example, they’ve banned content they considered anti-vax, and content contradicting the official word on covid.

  3. @Jack: I suppose that means MailChimp may have censored content that was heresy last year but is mainstream now, such as the hypothesis that the corona virus outbreak that started next door to a corona virus lab may have come from that lab.

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