- Traditional RSS Feed
- RSS via Email
- No Job for Mom Newsletter (which provides different information than the other 3 options)
Subscribe via RSS Feed: Receive notifications of new posts to the NJFM blog. All you have to do is add it to your favorite feed reading program and you’ll be up to date with the latest. Click the hungry elephant RSS icon to add NJFM to your favorite reader.
Subscribe via email: (not to be confused with the NJFM email newsletter): Subscribing to NJFM’s feed via email pre vents you from having to use an RSS reader. The latest posts will be delivered directly into your inbox. I may be old school, but this is my preferred method. I haven’t quite gotten the hang of the RSS feed thing). The feed is provided by Feedburner and you can sign up below:
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Twitter: You can follow the latest posts on Twitter. You can find me on twitter here: @nojobformom. I have to be honest with you, however, I’m a lousy Twitterer. I basically use it as a form of blog and article notification.You see, when I first signed up for Twitter, I found all kinds of neat software that automates the tweeting process. Unfortunately, that’s the extent of my Twittering.
My Twitter ineptitude doesn’t mean that Twitter isn’t a great tool. It’s just that I haven’t used it to its fullest. So, if you’re looking for frequent tweets, you won’t find them from NJFM.
Last but not least:
Sign up for the NJFM Newsletter: The NJFM newsletter goes a little above and beyond the above 3 options. The newsletter is not a regurgitation of my blog posts. The news letter provides additional information, answers to reader questions, breaking news, tips and freelance writing insight.
Not that I want to saturate your inbox with NJFM info, but to partake of everything NJFM has to offer you’ll need to sign up for the latest in blog posts using either option 1, 2 or 3 (or all three if you’re so inclined) and subscribe to the newsletter.
Don’t’ worry, I won’t fill your inbox with useless drivel. I won’t sent a newsletter unless there’s something interesting or helpful enough to say.
Oh, I almost forgot…I DO NOT share email addresses. I hate spam just as much as the next guy. Your email address is our little secret.
Felicia A. Williams