Archive for January, 2012

Well, that didn’t quite work

January 30, 2012 |  by  |  Marketing - Gen'l  |  No Comments

Last night, I posted a request that you switch from your Feedburner-sent newsletter of my blog. It turns out that you may have been getting the posts through Google also. Posts look horrible in both, and they both add ads that I can’t control, which are sometimes inappropriate.

So, I asked you to look and see if Feedburner was at the bottom. if it was, I asked you to unsubscribe and re-subscribe using the form at the bottom. Well, it seems that they also strip out forms, so the form was missing. Let’s try again:

So, here’s what I’d like you to do: Look at the bottom of this newsletter. If the very last line says that it’s powered by Google or Feedblitz, please unsubscribe by clicking on the appropriate link. Then, go to and put your email in the form in the upper right sidebar, and click the button. This whole thing should take about 15 seconds. Thanks.


You may need to make one click. I hope it doesn’t hurt :-)

January 29, 2012 |  by  |  Marketing - Gen'l  |  No Comments

You may need to make a simple click and re-enter your email if you want to continue to receive the best of my thinking. Why?

I’m switching off to a Newsletter-Centric rather than a Blog-Centric format. The difference is that blog posts are either read by newsreader software or by an automatic newsletter format such as Feedburner. If you don’t know what RSS is, you are probably reading this either on the blog directly or in an automatically generated format from Feedburner. This restricts my ability to send my subscribers special insider information that I don’t want to post generally on my blog, such as giving them access to various ebooks that I don’t want to give away to the general public.

Take my word for it, you want to fill out the form below, especially if you haven’t received my Special Report, “The 10 Simple Yeses to More Sales Faster.”

Please do it now before you forget. If you get duplicates, unscribe from the Feedburner newsletter. It will say “Feedburner” at the bottom. If you are not sure, enter your email address in the form and click the button. If you are already subscribed, it will tell you so. If not, you will be. Enjoy.