Get Daily Updates from Credit Writedowns
Credit Writedowns is a blog that updates you with the latest on finance, economics, markets and politics. If you sign up for our daily newsletter, you will receive daily emails from us on those topics. You can unsubscribe at any time.
To get these regular emails, please add your email address below (you will be sent an email asking you to confirm your subscription).
However, here are a number of other ways of following the blog too and a few related articles on RSS feeds (you can probably tell I am a bit of a tech fanatic):
- Bookmark it – many of our readers simply bookmark Credit Writedowns or set it as their homepage so that every time they log on they see the latest post.
- RSS Feed – one of the most popular ways that people follow what goes up on the blog is via a ‘news feed’ or our ‘rss feed’. This technology lets you subscribe to our site and be notified of updates on a variety of tools such as Google’s ‘Reader’ tool, iGoogle, My Yahoo and many other news aggregators and feed readers. If you want to use these to subscribe to Credit Writedowns, you will need to add this feed.
- Outlook RSS Feed – A lot of people use Microsoft Outlook to read e-mails. You can also use Outlook as your RSS Feed Reader. That way you posts as if they wereactually e-mails. The advantage of this is that you receive the posts as soon as they are written as opposed to waiting until the next day. Microsoft does a great job describing RSS feeds and how to get them in Outlook in its article “Add an RSS Feed“.
- Daily Email Updates – if you don’t use RSS you can still get updates sent to you once a day by subscribing to our feed via email (that’s we highlighted above). You can do this by entering your email address on this page.
- Social Bookmarking – The last way that people are using to keep track of the latest posts on the Credit Writedowns blog is via a variety of social bookmarking tools. You’ll notice at the bottom of every post on the blog that there links like the ones below with words like ‘Bookmark This’ on them (this isn’t on the front page of the blog – just individual posts). If you click on the ‘Bookmark This’ link a little window opens up that allows you to bookmark the post on one of a variety of ‘bookmarking’ sites. Some of the more popular ones are Digg, Delicious and StumbleUpon. In bookmarking our posts you have a way of finding them later when you need them but you also spread the news about Credit Writedowns a little and help us continue to grow. Check out the links – there is a whole other world and growing social community behind them.
I look forward to hearing all your comments and questions.
RSS – Wikipedia
Introduction to RSS for Microsoft Outlook – Microsoft
Newbie’s Guide to Google Reader – CNet
Presidential campaigns, journalists share lists on Google Reader – CNet
Comments are closed.