Blog (RSS-driven)update-mails from FeedBurner moved to Mailchimp service

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Blog (RSS-driven)update-mails moved to Mailchimp

Over the last weekend, 1st May. we have made changes to the Blog (RSS-driven)update-mails. We share blog updates on a daily basis, when there are new posts.
When you are subscribed on this service this will continue as usual.
Like before, to subscribe, we send double opt-in notifications to ensure that the request came from your email address.
Some of the registert subscribers have not acknowledged the subscription. During the transition from Google FeedBurner to Mailchimp we can not distinguish the difference of this states.

For this reason all registered users will get this post. If that is okay, you do not have to act. If  you want to unsubscribe you can use the link in the mail footer, to change your subscription.  Or sent a request using the Contact-form.

Mailchimp starts with a free service

Note that the Google FeedBurner was a free service,  and that the Mailchimp starts with a free service.

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The Bots Institute Team.