Hello there and welcome! We’ve been hard at work behind the scenes here – and have a “new” email newsletter delivery system. We’re working to make the email newsletter process easier for everyone and give you delivery options.
Without going into details, in converting to our new feed system, you may receive a duplicate newsletter today – or tomorrow. Don’t be alarmed. Once it works, we’ll delete the old list. You don’t have to do a thing. Our technology department should have this all under control quickly. The technology team consists of my husband and me – so cross your fingers!
Here’s the scoop…
- If you receive this in your email in-box – and have been receiving it – you signed up through Feedburner.
- If you receive the newsletter through WordPress, your email newsletter delivery will stay the same. You shouldn’t receive duplicate newsletters.
- If you’re receiving this for the first time, you signed up to receive the email newsletter at a speaking event or at a farmer’s market.
However you receive the newsletter – thank you! We appreciate every single reader so much!
Newsletter Options for You…
Everyone’s email in-box is so full these days, isn’t it? It’s easy to get too many email newsletters and updates.
If you’d rather not receive Go Gingham’s update every time we publish – 2 or 3 times a week, we understand. You can also receive our newsletter once-a-week. You can also stay in the loop but less often – with a once-a-month newsletter.
All of these options can be found on the subscribe page. You can also unsubscribe but I hope you don’t.
Every newsletter contains a snippet of what’s happening and images that change seasonally. There’s also a link to all of our recipes.
Please let us know what you think. We’d love to get your feedback – contact us at: email@example.com
Welcome and thank you.
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