One of the great things about having a blog is the ability to quickly respond to feedback and observations. Case and point – we see that subscribing to our newsletter is deterring many from downloading our technology brief.
I understand your concerns – your inbox is already full enough! While I would hope people would find our newsletter insightful, having you to subscribe to it is not nearly as important as the ideas we want to share with you in this first brief. More importantly, I’d rather you keep track of us via our RSS feed anyway (you can do that by utilizing those little buttons under the “Feeds” section on the sidebar).
With those points in mind, I am no longer requiring interested readers of our tech brief to subscribe to our newsletter. Just visit the announcement post to download it immediately.
In regards to RSS, I realize many of our visitors this week are confused about this technology and do not know how to utilize RSS feeds or the aggregators required to read them. That is why I have decided to offer a special free session to those interested in learning about this technology.
As I previously wrote, RSS is a key tool in reading information on the web quickly and efficiently. It can help you keep track of news, competitors, and the movers-and-shakers of the blogosphere.
In order to take advantage of this special offer, simply contact us by close of business this Friday (9/16). Put “What is RSS?” in the subject line and we will follow-up with you to schedule your personal session. We also have provisions to assist those located outside of the Washington D.C. metro area, so if you are, you can contact us too.
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