Most people I’ve talked to are still checking their inbox every single day, and it seems that they’re checking it many times on a daily basis. In fact, it seems that most of the people I’ve talked to, are used to that their e-mail clients are open in the background while they’re working. When I’ve asked them, they told me that they react every time they hear the sound of a new e-mail. It might not be the most productive way to work, but that’s what they’re doing. And, that’s important for us to know.
I’m not asking you if that’s what you’re doing. I’m just saying that, most people are still using e-mail on a regular basis, and that we should consider e-mail marketing as a powerful way to deliver our content.
I’m using Sanebox to filter my email, this means that I don’t have that many e-mails in my inbox. I don’t spend as much time with e-mail as I used to, but I still consider it very important. I check e-mail at least three times a day, and I try to reply to all the e-mails I receive within 24 hours.
How do you deliver your blog posts?
I subscribe to blogs via RSS and I use Feedly and ReadKit. It works great, but I follow the most important blogs via e-mail. This means that I receive an email every time the blog is updated. The reason I want to subscribe via e-mail is because I don’t won’t to forget a blog post.
Do you subscribe to any blogs via e-mail?
I am using FeedBlitz to deliver my blog posts via e-mail. I have thought about using AWeber, but so far, the only content I deliver via AWeber is my newsletter.
Feedblitz delivers the blog post, exactly as I’ve written it. But, I’ve been thinking about writing a personal message instead, deliver it via e-mail and linking it to the post on my blog. Maybe that’s a better method?
I’m not sure what I’ll be doing. What do you prefer?
And, how are you delivering your blog posts?