A newsletter overhaul
For all the good they can do and the wildfire rate at which they can help you get news stories out to your followers, it’s difficult to keep on top of all the social platforms available.
So I wouldn't be surprised if this nugget of info has passed you by in the last few days: we're changing the format and frequency of our news bulletins - it’s a new exciting chapter for TJ and how we communicate with our community.
Previously, we’d send daily forum round ups, weekly content round ups, all pre-populated by our email campaign software. Perfectly functional and a good way to regularly inform our subscribers of what we’d posted, where and when. But without a personal touch.
But now we’re giving our newsletters just that. Both me and TJ editor-in-chief Debbie will be putting together one newsletter, to go out to the audience every Thursday. That’s it. Just one newsletter. No more daily update emails, no more automated forum round ups, just the best of TJ’s weekly content curated by the fair hands of your editors.
Not a member of TJ? Sign up, it’s free, and you can get these great emails direct to your inbox every Thursday morning.
Do get in touch and let us know what you think.
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