The purpose of this web page is to ensure your inbox is set up to receive my emails. We all know about those nasty spam goblins who like to send really cool messages to your spam folder. I mean, like, what and huh?
HOW TO MAKE SURE MY EMAILS GET TO YOUR INBOX
So to prevent tragedy from happening and to ensure you receive my emails in your inbox (or in the case of Gmail, that you receive them in your “Primary” tab), you will need to whitelist my email address. My email address is…drumroll, please:
Please note the [a] symbol in the address above should actually be typed as “@”. I didn’t include it in the actual email address since email addresses typed into a web page attract spammy emails. Blech!
When you whitelist my email address, it basically means you’re telling your email service provider not to block my emails from getting to your inbox.
Here’s an article about how to whitelist email addresses in Gmail, Yahoo! Mail and Outlook. A whitelisting system exists for just about every email service provider, however, so if you don’t use one of the above-mentioned systems, a quick Google search on how to whitelist an email address for your service should do the trick. Not sure how? Happy to help…just email me at….drumroll, please:
After you get my address whitelisted, you should be good to go in terms of having outwitted those spam goblins and arranging to receive my emails in your inbox. Go, you!
One last item…..
This is where the boring fine print stuff comes in but since this information is important for your privacy, I must include it so you know I’m not a jerk. Ready? Okay, let’s go!
By arranging through some online transaction to share your email address, you are also agreeing to receive occasional emails from me that I feel may be of interest to you based on your reading interests. If you do not wish to receive my communications, every email you receive from me will have an easy-to-find unsubscribe button in the footer. Clicking it will result in your removal from my list.
Nnnnooooooooooo!!!!!!!!. Just kidding.
Thanks for reading through to the end and have a happy day!