Topic: Subscribe to RSS Feed
Conspiracy Journal has been a free, weekly e-mail newsletter since 1997. We have thousands of friends and subscribers all across the globe. Since our inception, e-mail has changed drastically in that SPAM has almost overwhelmed most e-mail accounts. Because of this, many e-mail providers have implemented SPAM filters that often do not distinguish between SPAM and e-mail newsletters. The final result is that many subscribers are not getting their weekly fix of the weird and bizarre news provided by Conspiracy Journal.
In an effort to try and provide every avenue available by the Internet to let you know when every new edition of Conspiracy Journal comes out...we have now started an RSS feed, and we recommend that everyone who receives Conspiracy Journal by e-mail, also subscribe to our RSS feed. This way, if your ISP decides to bounce your e-mail newsletter, you will still know when each and every issue comes out.
Our RSS feed will direct you to our new Conspiracy Journal blog page which will have the full text of each new issue. As well, this blog will include a link to the online edition, which is in color and includes photos.
To subscribe to our RSS feed, simply go to our homepage: www.conspiracyjournal.com In the left-hand column, you will see the RSS feed symbol and the word "Subscribe." Simply click on that and follow the easy instructions. That's all it takes.
You will need an RSS reader to see our feeds, but all updated Internet browsers such as Firefox and Internet Explorer have this feature built in. If you do not have an RSS reader, there are many free ones available by doing a Google search.
We have no intention of stopping our weekly e-mail deliveries, this is just another way of getting Conspiracy Journal out there to you, our dedicated fans.
If you have any questions about this, please feel free to e-mail me at: email@example.com
Thank you for all of your kind support these past years, and we are looking forward to bringing you more conspiracies, paranormal weirdness, UFOs, monsters, ghosts and everything else strange and bizarre in the years to come.
Editor, Conspiracy Journal