Monday, January 8, 2007

Subscribe to Email Digests

I found a new feature on Feedburner (the same service that takes care of Candy Blog subscription feeds) ... it’s a daily email digest of posts!

So, if you’d like to have your Candy Blog in your email box every evening around 6PM then feel free to sign up.

For a daily update of Candy Blog reviews, enter your email address:

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Once you enter your email address and click, you’ll get a confirmation to confirm. Then every day there’s something new on Candy Blog, you’ll get the whole thing right in your email box. What could be sweeter?

A couple of notes: if you use an email client (Outlook, Thunderbird, etc.) the images from the post should display okay. If you view the posts in a web-based email program they might not be available. But the text will all be there.

If you ever decide that you don’t like gettin’ all that email, then feel free to unsubscribe, there will be a link at the bottom of every email.

I’m not going to do anything else with the email addresses you submit, so don’t worry.

This feature will be available over there in the left area, so you don’t have to make a decision right this moment.

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  1. Hey this is a test.

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