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I Had Too Many Email Newsletter Subscriptions To Read Them All

So many they became like using a January gym membership.

My email in box had 2,219 unread emails yesterday. Today, I have zero. How’d I get here? I cancelled a butt-load of email newsletter subscriptions. (Screenshot by Donald J. Claxton)
My email inbox recently had 2,219 unread emails. I unsubscribed, for now, most of email newsletter subscriptions. All were quite good, but I’d need another me to read them all. (Screenshot by Donald J. Claxton)

How many unopened email newsletters are in your inbox?

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Communication consultant with three decades of experience using innovative technology to promote executives in business, schools, campaigns, and government.

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Donald J. Claxton

Donald J. Claxton

Communication consultant with three decades of experience using innovative technology to promote executives in business, schools, campaigns, and government.

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