…if they are, please make this post an exception. I am writing this post to clarify things a little after the comment I received not long ago.
I would like to ask my followers or readers, who get my posts via their email address, if they’re receiving one post in multiple entries?
I’ve just had a message saying that he or she is getting multiple entries on everything I post here, and it’s driving him or her nuts. (of which to some degree, I can understand.)
I DON’T SPAM.
It sounds to me like I am spamming someone’s email. But I’m not. I don’t spam. I hate spam. And I am not aware of this happening at all. However, if you are experiencing the same driving-me-nuts situation because of my posts, please do let me know. I would really appreciate it.
And one reason why I’m saying that I am not fully aware of this, it’s because I get my own posts in my inbox, too. I follow myself. It might actually sound odd to you, but I always want to make sure that whatever I’m receiving in my email, is what’s showing in your inbox. Hence, I decided to follow my blog. So, if there are anomalies, then I would be the first person to know about it, don’t you think?
I LOVE CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM.
As for the fellow blogger, who kindly expressed his/her feelings on this, I really would appreciate if you could tell me a little bit more about the issue; such as what posts are you getting in multiple entries; and how long has this been going on?
Just telling me to stop whatever I am doing doesn’t quite solve this, and obviously I don’t even know what is it I’m doing that I have to stop — apart from publishing my posts.
I love criticism. But I would prefer it to be a constructive one. Obviously, that’s not me telling you how you should do it. I am just saying, that’s what I would prefer.
Now, if after reading this, some of you still think that my posts drive you nuts, then let me suggest some solutions:
- If you’re following my blog via email – you can actually adjust the Delivery Frequency of my posts to arrive in your inbox. So go and check what would be best for you. Dashboard — Blogs I Follow
- For those following my blog via WP Reader (you achieve this if you click the Follow button on the black bar above rather than the one on my sidebar) – you only get to read my posts if you’re at WP Reader and if you decide to click it.
So I’ll leave that choice with you.
- Now, if you’re still unhappy with the solutions above – then the only option is to click Unfollow. I really didn’t want to suggest this, since I love to have as many followers as I can here in my blog. The more, the merrier, right? And I love your company and our little banter.
But if my posts are making you unhappy and are causing you the feeling of going nutty, then I’d rather not cause you this trouble anymore.
For the blogger who (I would like to keep the username private), I can’t even suggest the solutions I’ve just given above, because you’re not even my follower (unless of course you’ve already unfollowed). And if you’re still experiencing the same problem even after this action, then you’re next bet would be contacting Support.