Hello to my long-time readers!
This post is for everyone who has subscribed to my blog updates through the WordPress RSS feed over the years. (If you’re subscribed, it means that this blog automatically sends you an email each time I make a new post; it should be coming from “email@example.com” and look something like the screenshot below).
Over the last few months, I’ve taken some time to update and expand my website’s newsletter. As a result, I’m changing subscription providers. If you have been receiving email notices of new blog posts from “firstname.lastname@example.org” and want to continue to receive updates, you will need to subscribe to my new newsletter using the form below.
New Art Newsletter
I’ll be sending an email every month or so with blog posts from my site and the occasional show or art news update. I’m also offering all of my new subscribers a free download of my work “Grayton Fog.” This is a high-resolution image suitable for printing. I recommend ordering a print at your local print shop that you can display in your home or rental property. You can also use it as a digital wallpaper on your computer or phone.
I regret the inconvenience of asking you to sign up a second time; unfortunately there is no way for me to access the database collected by the RSS feed. As a result, you may receive duplicate emails if you were signed up for the RSS feed and now enroll in my new newsletter. I cannot remove you from the RSS feed emails, but you can easily remove yourself. See instructions at the end of this blog post if this applies to you.
Welcome to all new subscribers, and thank you to my long-time readers for continuing to follow my journey.
Receiving duplicate emails? Here’s how to fix that.
If you’re receiving 2 emails each time I publish a new blog, it means you’re on both the new and old newsletter lists. Unfortunately, I can’t remove you from the old list myself – but it is easy for you to remove yourself from that old list. First, identify which email sent from the “old list.” It will be sending from email@example.com and look something like the screenshot below.
Scroll to the very bottom of the email. You’ll see the following text:
You are subscribed to email updates from Joan Vienot.
To stop receiving these emails, you may unsubscribe now.
Google, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States
Click the “unsubscribe now” link.
You’ll be taken to the following FeedBurner page to confirm your choice. Click “Yes, unsubscribe me now.”
That’s it! Please contact me if you have any questions or issues with the process.