|Remember how great it was before
Does the newsletter that you look forward to disappear into your
spam folder? Or, worse yet, is your ISP failing to deliver it
consistently? Whether or not you are having this problem now,
a new announcement from AOL and Yahoo! about email will make it
unlikely that you will be able to receive any free
newsletters from anyone after May, 2006.
We have a solution. We can deliver any TIAS newsletter with a new
system called RSS and it is guaranteed to get to you. Once you have
set it up to receive our newsletter, we think you’ll love using
it. You’ll want add all your favorite Internet newsletters, blogs
and website feed to it so everything you want is in one place. No
more looking in your email to see if your mail has arrived, no more
missing out on sales or great offers and -- best of all --
spammers can't get to it!
- Click here: http://feeds.my.aol.com/index.jsp
- When you get the My AOL page, make sure you are logged in with
your user name and password.
- You will see a rectangular box near the bottom of the left
hand side that says “Add a Feed”.
- Click that button and AOL gives you a blank box to enter a
website address. You will copy and paste this address into that
box. Here are instructions for copying and pasting the address:
- Highlight this entire address http://cache.tias.com/cgi-bin/rss/newsletter.fcgi?newsletterName=stores-tiasstuff-collectors-newsletter
- Now, click anywhere on that highlighted address with the
right button of your mouse and you’ll see a menu of
possible choices. Click “copy.”
- Go to that blank space on the AOL page (to the left
of the button that says “Add” and click once with the
right button of your mouse. You’ll see an option to
“paste” and click that.
- Click the “Add” button and you are done.
You can use this method to add any feed you want (and there are
many.) Every store and every newsletter from this site is
available as a feed -- you'll see the 'RSS' logo and next to it, the
URL of the feed for that page.
RSS will completely eliminate the hassle of lost email