GilsMethod Weekly Newsletter Launch covers topics that range from Apple’s iPad to the latest version of Windows. Because of this we may write about a specific topic one week and then another topic on the following.

This can be frustrating to readers who subscribe to our daily updates newsletter for a specific topic and receive daily updates for a topic they are not interested in.

To help remedy this and reduce the number of emails landing in our readers inboxes we decided to switch from a daily newsletter provided by Feedburner to a weekly newsletter powered by MailChimp.

The transition requires no action on your end for the weekly updates. We will still provide the option of daily updates via Feedburner, but it will require a seperate sign-up, we don’t want our readers to receive a daily update and a weekly newsletter as well.

The weekly newsletter format will allow us to highlight articles from each of the topics we cover as well as run weekly promotions and engage with our readership without all the emails. We feel this is the best way to provide our readers with relevant content and a good way to highlight featured articles and promotions.

The first volume of our weekly newsletter will ship next week, so stay tuned! Thank you for your patronage over the last six years.

As always we respect your privacy and do provide you an option to opt-out of the weekly newsletter. The newsletter itself will have an opt-out link that you can click and delete your subscription.

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Gilbert is a Microsoft MVP, a full-time blogger, and technology aficionado. When Gilbert is away from his bike and his iPad, he's busy writing technology how-to's from his home-office in Miami, Florida on the latest programs and gadgets he can get his hands on. He's locally known as "the computer guy" and has spent the last 12 years helping family, friends, and visitors with their computer questions and problems. He was awarded the 2009 MVP award from Microsoft for his contributions in forums and blogs and is enjoying the new addition to his family.