Do you get to read The Kick Ass posts every time they get published?
You can access this blog every day if you want, and you have several ways to do that. Pick the easiest for you.
If you hang out on Twitter all day, then add me to your Twitter stream @jennbrockman. The draw back here is that I don’t only use this account to post for this blog. You may see tweets about special needs advocacy and my other business blog @alexshares.
Over at Facebook, I use networked blogs to auto post newly published blog posts to this Fan Page . So, please go like that page so you’ll get notified in your Facebook stream. Again, the same drawback is that if you follow a lot of people and brands, we might get lost.
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Do I have a different or new offer than when you signed up originally? 2 options – unsubscribe via the posts delivered to your email, then come back and re-subscribe. Or, shoot me an email and I’ll send the current one to you. If you missed one that was on offer, that’s too bad, but you can probably buy it on my Products page.
This option get newly published posts right to your own email account. However, sometimes somewhere between your account and my blog feed, a spam filter might eat that message. Nothing either one of us can really do.
If you sign up for this option, make sure you click the link in the email that gets sent to you afterward.
One last way to read blogs is with an RSS reader. There are a crap ton of them out there. I have used Google’s feed reader in the past, but there are a….. crap ton out there – like I said.
Here’s the benfit of using this option. You can read lots of blogs all in one place – that you choose – and that’s all you’ll see. Once you choose a feedreader, you can manually add this blog feed to it.
The last, worst way is to bookmark this page on your own browser and visit once in a while. Why is this the worst? Because bookmark links get lost in the tons of stuff we save and you’ll forget. Then, you’ll miss the awesome post that directly hits home for you.
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