Yesterday I sent out an issue of my Support for ADD E-Newsletter. After I send out an issue there are always a handful of people who unsubscribe from the Support for ADD E-Newsletter. I’m glad those people unsubscribe. If they don’t like what I have to say or don’t find the Support for ADD E-Newsletter helpful then they shouldn’t bother reading it.
What I don’t understand are the people who write to me to complain. If you don’t like the content of the Support for ADD E-Newsletter then remove yourself from the list. Every email has an unsubscribe link at the bottom.
Here is one I got yesterday about the Are you Maintaining Your Computer? article:
great computer advice but would be more beneficial if there are two or three how to steps for each point given.
I’ve noticed this in several recent editions where the advice is helpful but not deep enough to be meaningful or something that can be immediately implemented. They are teasers
What I don’t understand is why after reading SEVERAL editions and not liking them this person is STILL subscribing? After reading SEVERAL editions this person should realize that it’s not my style to give information that people can implemented immediately. It’s more my style to get people thinking with the hope that they will take some action on their own.
Here’s an email I opened this afternoon about the issue of Support for ADD that went out yesterday:
Can Someone please tell Tara to change that ridiculously outdated picture of hers? Please?
I’m sorry but my photo was taken a little over a year ago when I was 32. I am now 33 and other than a few additional gray hairs I haven’t changed much since then. I’m sorry if my youthful face offends some people! If this person doesn’t want to look me then by all means stop subscribing!!