PhilipBloom.net Newsletter launched

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Isn’t a newsletter a thing of the past? Well it depends on how you use it. I use my blog, facebook and twitter to share my latest information but it’s easy to miss a tweet or a facebook post and often things are not important enough for a full blog post so this is a nice half way house.

This is certainly not going to be a daily newsletter, I will only write something in it to announce something very cool, to pass on information about events etc, to let you know about special offers on products that I hear about…to announce competitions. You get the idea. I have absolutely no intention of spamming you, I get enough spam as it is. So I will make sure that each newsletter is something that I myself would like to read! You might get a couple one week and none the next. If I have a crazy busy time one week then you could have three! I have no idea right now, I just want to make sure I only send when it is worth it. Of course you can unsubscribe at anytime!

There are a lot of interesting things coming up soon, both on my blog and on the newsletter. I currently have a GH2 to play with and I will be getting an Af-101 from Panasonic next week too…although only for a very short amount of time. So I will do my best to play with it as much as possible.

There is a sign up box on my main page, so please sign up. I will not sell any lists to anyone. This is purely a PhilipBloom.net newsletter list.

Thanks!

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10 comments

  1. Email newsletters are still the most effective form of online promotion and news distribution. Nice to see you have a double opt-in subscription system as well. Looking forward to the first issue!

  2. Sign me up Phil! I am really looking forward to your Af-101 thoughts and review (fingers crossed). I been following this camera for a while and was seriously considering purchasing a 5d Mark 2, until they announced the Af-101. By the way just wondering if I got the 5d mark 2 from the states, would there be any difference? mainly regarding PAL and frame rates, I live in London by the way. Thank you for your time!

    PS will sign up now…

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