How did I get a FeedBlitz account? I’m just a subscriber.

All subscribers have an account created for them (it’s free to subscribers) automatically when a subscription is created. FeedBlitz uses this account to keep all your subscriptions and other preferences together so that you can manage them. When an account is created automatically to handle your first subscription, FeedBlitz creates an automatic password from random…

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How did you get my email address?

Email addresses can end up in FeedBlitz in one of two ways: via a web-based subscription or via a publisher importing the list from a different service. FeedBlitz does not buy or rent names from other sources, nor do we “scrape” web sites for addresses. The only way an email address gets in to FeedBlitz…

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How do I switch from HTML to Text format emails?

FeedBlitz emails are HTML format by default. When am HTML email is sent we also create a plaintext version as well. You can probably simply configure your email software to pick text over HTML and that will work. You can also force FeedBlitz to send you text only. Log in and go to My Account…

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How do I unsubscribe / get removed from a list?

You do not need to log in to FeedBlitz to unsubscribe. To unsubscribe from a specific mailing, click the link “Click here to safely unsubscribe” which is at the end of each mailing (if you receive a digest mailing with content for more than one list in it, the unsubscribe link appears at the end…

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Exploring the FeedBlitz difference with David Perdew

Wouldn’t you love a set it and forget it newsletter? Professional, working for you, without your having to create it from scratch each and every time? Earlier this year I sat down – virtually, of course! – with David Perdew for a webcast for him and his community of internet marketers, known as NAMS. Click…

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Better Social Sharing: Facebook, G+, Pinterest, Twitter and More for Email Subscriptions

In helping to get your word out to your audience, pretty much nothing works better than enabling your readers to share via their social networks. FeedBlitz’s RSS service has done that for years now, but emails we sent out only included those options if the email was powered by a FeedBlitz RSS feed, aside from…

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How I Created a Listbuilding Machine, by Jeff Nickles

For the first three years I operated my blog, I only had 800 email subscribers to show for it. That’s just a little over 250 per year. Now, my list grows by that amount every month. Here’s the graph to prove my listbuilding machine is working: FeedBlitz Helped Me Create a Listbuilding Machine I’ll be…

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How I Quadrupled My Subscriber List, by Katey Schultz

I’ll admit it. I’m one of those writers that used to blush when being called a blogger. My embarrassment was based on stereotypes, of course, and I’ll confess them here only to prove a point. I didn’t like being called a blogger because bloggers weren’t artists. Bloggers were in it for the money and would…

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Advanced Email Marketing: Suppression Lists in FeedBlitz

In my earlier post about using Suppression Lists in email marketing, I explained how suppression lists are used to restrict to whom a third party an send a mailing. They’re important because selling a direct sponsored email blast to your list can be the best form of one-off email monetization available to you, so you…

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