Why Should You Subscribe?
Here’s the most truthful and transparent reason: I only blog when I can give my posts the love and attention they deserve. I could blog everyday but then I find what I have to say becomes watered down or I am not saying all that I want to, the way that I want to. You will find I blog more than I do not, but I do not guarantee me posting every day.
This means it makes sense for you to subscribe, because anytime an idea, thought or adventure is posted, you’ll get it on the same day in your feed reader for free. This keeps you from wondering when I am going to post again or if I fell off of the face of the earth.
What you can expect if you subscribe:
1. No junk mail. I am not in the business to sell on this blog—or any other blog of mine for that matter. I am bombarded every day with subscription emails full of content that does not enhance my life but is only meant to bleed my wallet. That is not happening here. I really love what I do and I want to share it with those who want to know.
2. A once and a blue moon Top 5 list. I love lists but I’m not the one who can do endless lists. I’m also not a theory kind of gal nor am I a hater (“you suck b/c you are lazy” kind of messages). The majority of the content I post comes from my years of experience so it is laden with fun, reality, personality and my own level of transparency. If you are in the market for that type of read, you’ll want to sign up.
3. Exclusive content for subscribers. This refers to feed or email only content that I won’t be publishing on jodiojo.com. This really includes programming, showing you how I profile clients, menu suggestions and etc. If it seems like premium content, it’s going via email.
There are two different types of subscription to jodiojo.com:
1. RSS Feed Subscriptions. New articles will be sent to a feed reader. To subscribe via RSS,
2. Email Subscriptions.
If you’re still not sure about how to subscribe, continue reading for more information.
What is a ‘RSS Feed Reader’ and How Can I Use it?
RSS feeds are document formats which allow you to keep up to date with content on all blogs and the websites you come across while surfing the net.
When you subscribe to an RSS feed, the feed reader will check the website you subscribe to for new content. If there are any new articles, they will be displayed within the reader itself.
Subscribing is just three easy steps:
1. Sign up for a Free feed reader (I recommend Google Reader).
2. Come back to this page and to subscribe to Jodiojo.
3. And you’re done! Remember to check your feed reader for new articles from Jodiojo.
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