Geek Native has a daily email digest email. It contains the headline image and summaries of the five most recent posts since the email before it.
The site uses the WordPress Plugin MailPoet and the email service provider Sendgrid to keep email addresses and delivery secure and reliable. MailPoet has a new feature and recommendation to stop sending emails to subscribers if they do not interact with the email in any way (opens, click throughs, etc) for three months. You can read about it here.
Geek Native will be accepting this recommendation. Unwanted and unloved emails do not make the internet a better place.
You can unsubscribe at any time, your email address will be used to send you digest emails. You can sign-up to the day digest here:
Recommendation: Make sure geeknative.com is whitelisted in your email client to make sure the messages are getting through.
If you’ve already subscribed and do not want emails to pause then make sure you’ve clicked on a link recently. Perhaps have a rummage for emails with ‘Geek Native Digest’ in their subject line just in case they’ve been put into spam by mistake.
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