One of the aspects of publishing content on a frequent basis (sometimes daily, sometimes every other day), is that it can become a bit of a chore to keep up with.

Or so I’m told. 😏

But seriously, I get it: We all have sites we check daily and sometimes we have time to read them, sometimes we don’t, sometimes we end up having to “mark all as read” in our reader, or sometimes we throw it into Pocket or Instapaper where it’s never really read again. The void of what we want to read but never find time to read.

The Void

I get it. Been there, done that.

In order to mitigate some of that, though, I do send out a monthly newsletter. I’ve had some questions about it so I thought I’d cover what to expect in a post that you can reference (and even create a page that you can use to sign up – but more on that in a moment).

My Newsletter

At the end of each month (or near the beginning of the next month), I’ll send out a newsletter that will highlight some of the more popular or significant posts from the last month.

Sometimes, this covers more general WordPress content, sometimes it covers more technical content, but oftentimes it covers both.

Ultimately, the goal is to provide a summary of what was published so that if you do miss something, you still catch the highlights.

There’s one problem, though: Where do you sign-up?

My Newsletter

This is one of those things I used to have more easily available on the previous design of my site that’s since changed. You can either sign up on this page or you can use the option in the menu option that I’ve recently added.

And please note the fine print on the page:

I will never sell, share, or disclose anyone who is on my email list. Furthermore, I’ll only use it to send emails once a month. If I want to set up another list for something new, then I’ll request it in a post or within the context of this email.

I genuinely do care about those of you who take your valuable time to read this stuff.

What About Premium Content?

A few questions I’ve received via email deal with the topic of premium content. Specifically, it asks what the type of content it is that I offer, what to expect, and how much it costs. I’ve even adjusted the price to $9/mo or $99/year.

Register for Membership

I’ve covered it in a few posts (see here, here, here, and here), but I’ve updated the Register page to be more explicit around some of that, as well. For a sample of some of the existing premium content, see this series (though note it’s just a sample of some of the topics that I plan to cover).

Furthermore, I’ll be talking about an adjustment to pricing, plans for content, and whatnot in this evening’s newsletter.

Still Interested?

So if you’re interested, then please feel free to subscribe to the newsletter using this page. And, as per usual, if you have questions, then don’t hesitate to contact me on Twitter or hesitate to contact me via my contact page, either.