Want to make most of ezines that you receive? Understanding following will go a long way towards making your ezine subscribing a pleasant experience.
1. Advertisements Make It Possible.
You're outraged because free ezine contains advertisements? Consider that you PAY to receive newspapers, magazines and television shows, and they all contain ads. The publisher of that free ezine isn't doing hours and hours of work just to make you happy. He is trying to make a living and that means he has to bring in a source of income. Ads make it possible for you to receive free ezines.
2. Your Ezine Isn't Being Delivered You've subscribed to an ezine, but it never arrives. Consider following: Every time a publisher sends out a mailing, dozens of newsletters are returned marked undeliverable. These are some of reasons:
a. Typo in email address that subscriber provided. One wrong digit and email won't go through.
b. Mailbox full. If you're using one of free email accounts, your storage allotment is limited. If you don't collect your email regularly, incoming emails will bounce back to sender.
c. Account deactivated. If you drop an email account, ezines sent to that address are returned to sender.
d. Your email provider is using filtering software that rejects content in ezine. Some email providers try to block spam emails by filtering out terms commonly found in spam messages. While filtering terms like "home", "make money", "good income" will block certain spams, it will also block legitimate ezines covering business, finances, real estate, etc.
3. You Want To Unsubscribe There's a right way and a wrong way. The wrong way will cause stress for both you and publisher. Here's what you need to know:
a. Use unsubscribe instructions included in ezine. Typically, you will be asked to send email to an address such as firstname.lastname@example.org. The publisher's software is set up to process unsubscribe requests that are sent to address supplied for that purpose. Unsubscribes sent to other addresses may well be missed. Clicking "Reply" and sending your unsubscribe message to ezine's address is unlikely to work.