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It’s a bit like subscribing to a magazine so you don’t have to keep going to the shop to see when the next issue is out. Of course, instead of getting a mag in the post every month, you get blog updates in your feed reader as they are published.
Why should I subscribe?
Good question. I personally believe that it’s a better way of getting updates from your favorite sites, but if you need more persuading check out these seven reasons:
- It’s completely free. You don’t have to pay anything. Zilch. Nadda.
- Using feed readers provides an host of added options, including being able to like posts and share them with friends.
- Over 5000 people are subscribed here so I must be doing something right!
- If for some reason you don’t like the look of Organize IT (ouch!) by subscribing you can read new updates without ever having to visit the site.
- There are several options for subscribing. You can subscribe to the feed and view it through a feed reader, register your email so you can each new update sent to your inbox or follow me on Twitter. Whatever suits you.
- My first ebook, Clutter 101, was released to subscribers first so by jumping onboard you won’t miss out on any bonus features and updates.
- Your details won’t be shared with anybody. Spam is bad, mmmkay?
How do I subscribe through email?
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How do I subscribe with a feed reader?
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