I’ve written about the switch from Feedburner to Feedblitz. Now, I’m thinking about another switch. But, I want to ask you a question first. I’ve been thinking about it for a long time, but I still haven’t decided what to do. So, here’s the question.
How are you delivering your your blog posts to your readers?
Let me explain.
At the moment, you can subscribe to my RSS feed via Feedblitz. That’s how I deliver the content to my regular readers. You can also subscribe to my newsletter, and that’s how you’ll get some unique articles (articles you won’t find on my blog) and once in a while, you’ll get a notificiation about a new blog post. I also do some updates via social media, mainly Twitter, Facebook, G+ and LinkedIn. That’s it.
Sending blog posts via email
As I’m writing this, I’ve been publishing new blog posts every single day of the week. I haven’t sent out a broadcast to my email subscribers with all the new blog posts. I just don’t want them to receive too many emails. On the other hand, I want all my subscribers to get all my content. I am using AWeber to publish my newsletter and to send broadcasts.
Thinking about people who’re unsubscribing has been an issue for me. I know it really shouldn’t bother me. The people who enjoy my content will stay and continue to read it. But, every negative comment and every person who unsubscribes does have an effect on me. That’s why I don’t try to push my content.
I’ve been thinking about sending one email a week, with an overview of everything that’s been going on and links to all the posts I’ve published during the week. Does that sound like something you’d want?
How are you delivering your content? Are you using Feedburner or Feedblitz, and are you sending emails to your subscribers with every new blog post, or are you doing something completely different?
Let’s discuss it in the comments.