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I totally agree with you Barry. I'm finding that the email newsletter is the best way for me to stay up to date on the people/companies I want to hear with. I still use Feedly for the less-critical things, so it can be useful, but I love the emails.
Thanks for sharing some new resources I hadn't heard about. Looking forward to getting their emails. =)
I like the idea of "once is not enough" Linda. I'm guilty of this one too, which is why I added an archive post task to my editorial calendar. Every Friday, I send out three tweets with comments & links to archive posts from my blog. Thanks for the reminder!