If you are our existing e-mail subscriber via Feedburner (the form was on the sidebar of every webpage on our website), then after 1st July 2021 you’ll no longer receive the updates of our blog via email. If you are no longer interested in emails from us, no action is necessary on your part. You can just ignore this email and in that case, this will be the last time you have heard from us. However, we do not think that most of the existing subscribers will love to receive our updates at least via email.
How To Re-subscribe to Our Newsletter?
You can fill-up the form on the sidebar of every webpage or simply click this link. The process is the same you have done for Feedburner. After subscribing, you’ll receive an e-mail and confirm your subscription. The total process will cost you nothing but it is agreeable that the process will consume few minutes.
Why You Are Changing the Provider From Google FeedBurner?
12 years back we started this blog and at that time Google FeedBurner was a common choice for email delivery. Now, Google has announced that they are closing the email delivery service of FeedBurner. For this situation, we are forced to find a service that is similar to FeedBurner but more modern. For example, earlier you could not get the blog updates via Telegram or your preferred method. Naturally, we wanted to use a service that will worth your work behind re-subscribing.
You can get all the additional features (which didn’t exist on Feedburner), e.g. on this webpage you can now define filters and more delivery channels, e.g. to receive your news via Telegram, news page etc.
What Service You Are Using Now?
We are using follow.it like many of the websites are using. If you are just a subscriber (have no website) then we can assure you that follow.it is a well-known service and your email will not be leaked. If you are a webmaster then we can suggest to you compare the features of Feedburner alternatives. follow.it appeared the best option to us after a good amount of research. Presently, as subscribers, we can get the updates via Telegram (they’ll offer delivery to WhatsApp soon), categorize the topics of a website according to our taste.
The closure of Feedburner’s email delivery service added some pain and in most cases, the websites lost thousands of subscribers. However, switching to a standard paid service offers updated options both for the subscribers and publishers.