Nov 05 2017

Blog Email Subscriber Book Giveaway

Book Giveaway Email

If you are one of my email subscribers, you should have received an email just now reminding you about the giveaway. There are currently NO entries, so your odds are VERY good!

Didn’t get the email and believe you should have? Please let me know. Thanks.

– J

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  1. It seems as if you’re having some issues with that mailing list! Are you using MailChimp? Just curious. So far I haven’t had any trouble, but I’m expecting it.
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    1. No.
      I use Subscribe2. (Seen in image.)
      Mailchimp would be $75 a month for my 6000 subscriber-sized list.
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  2. I got the notification on new blog post which is how I got here, but I don’t think I received the email giveaway and I am subscribed (thejadedkat) but I already bought my copy of book to read. Have not started reading yet as doing NaNo. Looking forward to it though. Wishing you the best of luck with your giveaway.
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  3. I got the email saying I should have gotten an email but I didn’t get the original email 🙂 How can I enter?
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  4. It’s weird getting weirder.
    Some emails moved/ sent themselves from one email service provider inbox to another. (Picture if you got AOL email in your Hotmail — not those two actually, but for example.) I NEVER set it up to do this. I don’t know how it’s doing it. I have no idea what’s going on.
    I did one update on my blog, trying to fix this, and somehow it broke two unrelated email accounts, didn’t fix the newsletter issue, still hasn’t sent the outgoing email, and has given me a massive headache.
    I use Subscribe2, and have ever since GoDaddy stopping hosting blogs on their platform and made me move to WordPress (org) to keep my blog alive. (A few years ago DURING the A to Z challenge.)

    I’m definitely in over my head right now.
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  5. My newsletter is hosted through my webpage, and I’d be a woeful wreck if it weren’t for my techie husband helping me sort through the mess. You never know what you’re going to get with a free service, eh? I can understand why anyone would hesitate to jump on mailchimp just because it is so expensive. Didn’t used to be that way.
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