Please do not put the emails in the junk folder. That marks them as a junk email sender. It causes all emails they send to go to the junk box. It is hard on the website owners. I wonder how many close up shop because of this. There is a LOT of paperwork involved if you want to remove your emails from the blacklist.
I use my junk email site. I look at it everyday---most I can click the boxes to delete but do go to the subscribed embroidery sites. Helps me to remember who has daily freebies or new series etc. Most embroidery sites anymore want you to subscribe before you can log on to see what they are offering.
Register for an additional e-mail account with your provider or a separate provider (gmail, for instance). Use this account for your "junk" stuff. Clean it out occasionally to prevent it from becoming overwhelming. This will keep your "important" e-mail cleaner.
Yes I get tons also. I think the most annoying ones are, if I buy something I get at least 3 or 4 emails, even collecting free designs I get them. I admit I delete heaps without reading them.
I dread Friday's I can count on at least 600 email each week between sites I like and the Yahoo Groups I'm in. Am seriously thinking of unsubcribing from most of it.
bit choosy who I join and like 'katydid' I delete without reading or I tell Microsoft Office [via the Actions tab] to put it in the junk folder. Then I can read if I really need to by dragging it back to inbox.
It would be better for everyone if you make a folder for those emails. Too many website owners are struggling to have their emails removed from the blacklisted senders lost. It takes six months to beg for your emails to be removed from that list.
oh! bit ignorant of me. I assumed it was just in my own personal email account that they would go to JunkMail.
I'm afraid you are not alone. That is part of the issue. Any email provider, including hotmail, yahoo, and gmail, as well as other providers...all use information collected from the junk box to add senders to international blacklists. Often they wonder why they no longer receive the emails.
I too get a ton of mail. My problem is I have so many designs that I haven't tried yet, so that I don't know which sites I want to stick with yet. Instead, I opened a new email account for other correspondence so that important things don't get lost in the deluge of embroidery email. Then if I don't get to the embroidery email in a timely fashion, I delete it unread.
I must admit that I delete many.
I think that the longer we are with this hobby the more selective we become. At first, one tends to download every free design because it seems so wonderful to get something for free. Even tho these designs may be perfectly fine, well done,etc. after awhile our taste or what we are interested in change and we no longer download that particular type/style of design. You learn pretty quickly what sites have designs you will use and which you no longer need. For example, maybe you did many cute baby designs but by now the kids are teenagers so you look for something they will like.
I agree. I can not always get true Art format so I tent to gravitate to the sites that offer it. Kay
I only join the ones I want
I am only getting e-mail from sites I like to purchase from. Why not unsubscribe. You still can go to their sites, log in and check out what is going on.
That's me too.
I don't join many sites. I worry about too much info on line.