"and maybe it's time for you to Unsubscribe"; then again, maybe not!
Here's what's going on with our monthly eNewsletter. First and foremost, we owe you a big "Thank You" for being a subscriber. We began our monthly eNewsletter in 2005, so we've had a good run. But, what you have told us is that you want us to return to our roots of original (from us) content and less repackaged content from other sources and publications. You have said that you welcome our guest columnists who write for us under the NvestNtech 'label'; we plan to continue that practice and welcome your own submissions (ask for our writer's guidelines).
Our new format will follow the categories in our popular blog. Here are just a few:
Better Business Models
Education and Training
Human Relations and Personnel Development
Web/Tech, and more.
Each month, we will include at least two of the most popular blog Posts
for the month, and intersperse articles from our guest columnists when they are available. We are going to use the Popularity Widget
("Visitors to this page also liked:") on the blog to help us choose content; this Widget automatically reflects the worldwide interest from our blog visitors and subscribers.
With that in mind, here's your chance to Unsubscribe (use the handy icon at the bottom). Why? If you already subscribe to the blog, some of the content may (or may not) be repetitive. But, you will miss out on the guest content as that will not be republished elsewhere. If you no longer read our eNewsletter to any extent, we don't want to be a party to email clutter; this would be a good time to Unsubscribe. If you are not forwarding our eNewsletter on to others, or encouraging them to become a subscriber, then possibly our content is not far-reaching enough for you. That may be a reason to consider Unsubscribing, too.
However, if you wish to continue to receive our eNewsletter, and experience our new look and content, please keep your subscription intact. And, this is an ideal time to encourage others to have their own subscription, saving you the trouble of forwarding your copy to others.
So, when does all this happen? Well, we want to give you until month-end to decide. Either stick with us, or pull the plug (we understand, no hurt feelings on our part). Come the first full workweek in July, you'll be able to see our new look and experience our stories.
Sincerely, The Editor