We’ve made some changes in the way we deliver our e-mails and RSS subscriptions.
On Friday, we made the switch from using Feedburner to a service called FeedBlitz. The reason we made the switch is to offer a more reader-friendly edition of Northern Cheapskate and to ensure delivery of our updates in a timely manner. It will also give us the option to offer some additional services in the future like a weekly newsletter or e-mail alerts for special offers.
We truly appreciate all of our loyal readers who have subscribed to Northern Cheapskate, and we want to make sure you continue to see our daily updates.
If you are an e-mail subscriber, be sure to add email@example.com to your safe sender list. If all goes as planned, you should continue to receive our daily updates without a glitch.
However, if you notice that you haven’t received your daily e-mail from Northern Cheapskate, be sure to check your spam folder. There is a chance that your internet service provider may reject our e-mails as spam and your subscription could be inadvertently cancelled. If our e-mail is not in your spam folder, and you go more than a day without receiving an e-mail from us, you may need to re-subscribe to Northern Cheapskate.
If you subscribe to Northern Cheapskate via RSS (meaning you read Northern Cheapskate using a service like Google Reader), you may have seen a bright yellow box in your reader telling you that we’ve moved and how to follow us. You will need to resubscribe to the new feed to make sure that you continue to receive updates in your reader.
If you’re not a subscriber, now is a GREAT time to sign up! You’ll get free daily updates that will help you save money, get organized, and find deals during the holiday season and beyond! It’s easy to sign up for FREE e-mail updates or subscribe by RSS under the new FeedBlitz system.
Thanks to all of you for reading Northern Cheapskate! We hope you enjoy the changes, and if you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
About Christina Brown
Christina loves clipping coupons, pinching pennies, and chasing her three boys (a 9-year-old and twin 7-year-olds) as a stay-at-home mom.