Thursday, October 28, 2010
The trials and tribulations of communication
I have provided newsletters and updates to my mailing list contacts and initial introductions to others who I have connected with and felt may be interested in the information or special offers that I have provided. It seems not everyone wants to take part and that's quite fine with me. The option to join or unsubscribe is there at the click of a button. Unfortunately one individual decided that wasn't sufficient and decided to report the email as spam.
As to not be seen as spamming, and wanting to ensure that I will continue to I have now removed all names of those who have not subscribed or confirmed and these individuals will no longer receive my emails. If you have previously received my emails, and wish to continue to receive them please subscribe to my mailing list through the form on the right of this blog or through the link on my Facebook page. You may subscribe or unsubscribe at any time simply by clicking on the link at the bottom of the email page.
The next mailing will be on November 1st and include a registration deal for my gyotaku workshop in March 2011. On November 15th, the newsletter will be published and Twelve Questions will be answered by Casey Klahn, The Colorist.
But for now, I am getting in some practice prints with a lovely rosy ocean perch. I lucked into some today as they're difficult to find at times so now the freezer has some in store for later in the year. They make great fish to print with as they have prominent scale and gill patterning. Just mind the sharp bits! I'll make sure one of these will come to the gyotaku workshop with me for printing practice