Tuesday, 11 March 2008

You can now subscribe to my blog!

Look to your right (on the screen, not at the wall/window/person next to you) -  I have added a Feedblitz thingy. This is in response to the HUGE* demand from people who want to subscribe to my blog and be alerted by email every time I update.

Just pop your email address in the little window, click "get email updates" and Feedblitz should do the rest. They won't share your email address with anyone but me, apparently, so that's good news - click here to go to the Feedblitz site to read more about their privacy policy. I don't think the notifications are instant, though. Please do let me know how (and IF!) if works. 

Thank you!

*Okay, I admit it... there was only one person who asked. But one is good - and I hope that more than one person will subscribe!

3 comments:

  1. How exciting! I've registered and will tell all my friends to register too! CC

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  2. More than one will subscribe for sure though. Great blog. I don't subscribe to them anymore because the notification is often 24 hours behind. I use google reader and stay right on top of literally hundreds of blogs. YEah.... don't get much done because of it though.

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  3. I've been subscribed to your blog for a while =). All you have to do is click on that orange thing in the address bar.

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Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. I love receiving genuine comments - I do get bored of deleting dodgy links though!

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