Email Alerts Features
Hello Wilderness members. I thought it might be helpful to describe some of the features of these new HTML-based alerts. The most obvious is that they are much better looking and allow me greater flexibility to add multimedia, like the You-tube video in yesterday’s Pre-Market Outlook.
Most alerts subjects have a link in BLUE that will launch email and open a new email addressed to the Discussion Group, with the Subject line filled in for you. I’m trying to encourage you to discuss these topics among our group. There are nearly 200 of you that have signed up for the discussion group, with 70 that have chosen to receive emails in digest form, the rest get every email. Here’s a link that if you click it will launch email with the Subject; “Email Alerts Improvements” Click to discuss
At the top of every alert is a yellow bar with a message informing that you can view this alert in your browser. Well, that’s because the alerts are archived on the web, which means you can bookmark them.
Every alert has a list of the most recent blog posts and podcasts. And there’s links so that you can go to iTunes and subscribe to the podcast. I would highly recommend that you do this. And I would be equally grateful if you would leave a review.
At the bottom of every alert, in the golden footer, there’s my contact information. This includes my email and my iPhone number. You can email me or call me anytime. I may not always be able to speak at that exact moment, but usually can. If I can’t just leave your name, number and good time to call, or if you just want to leave a voice note, that’s fine too.
And finally, there’s the link to the Subscriptions and Donations page, also in the golden footer. Believe it or not, I don’t get paid for this stuff other than the generous donations from you guys. And thank you for your contributions so far, they go a long way to help me continue bringing you this service, which I strive to improve every day.
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