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I’ve had this blog for a while now (I honestly don’t remember when I started it and at one point a vile, twisted turd of a man insisted that I decommission it, but it’s fair to say that it’s been a while) and have accumulated a scant handful of subscribers.  I know anectdotally that I have a fair amount of regular readers and a couple of hundred people read the blog each week. These regular readers seem happy enough reading at their leisure and I in no way want to dissuade them from doing so.  But writing a blog and keeping it interesting relies on a lot of hard work, ambition, and focus—in short, nothing in my wheel house.  So sometimes my deadlines slip and people who come to the blog for new content find themselves disappointed instead.  Subscribers get an email when I update my blog and nothing else—no solicitations from me or wordpress, no sinister addition to a junk email list, and no eastern European emails offering discount Viagra.  So if you’re reading this why not make both our lives a lot easier and subscribe?

9 Responses

  1. David F says:

    I’d like to subscribe and get an email when you have a new one out, but I can’t figure out how to do that. The “SUBSCRIBE” button above takes me to an RSS feed. I want to get an email. How do I do that?

    • Phil La Duke says:

      I’m sorry David I don’t know. I will say this. I have a self-imposed deadline of 12 noon EST every Sunday for Philladuke.com and 12 midnight Sunday (basically Saturday night). But I have shamefully missed those deadlines occasionally (usually owing to a scheduling foul-up). Does anyone else out there know how to help David?

    • Hi David,

      The easiest way is to create a WordPress account and then “follow”, Phil.

      If you read several authors who use WordPress it is a good way to keep up.

  2. Christie says:

    If you sign up at bloglovin.com, you can sign up for multiple blogs and receive summaries to link to them.

  3. i wa t to need bbs safety poster in industry when u want suggest to me

  4. Darrell Henagan says:

    So makes sense. Simple but so true

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