There are lots of ways for you to keep with the latest from Journo Advice.

1. Sign up for email updates

Just fill in the form on the sidebar and each week you’ll get an email summarising what’s been posted at Journo Advice. How easy is that?

2. Subscribe to the RSS feed

RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, is a free service that delivers updates to you. You’ll need a piece of software on your computer, called an RSS aggregator or use a free service like Google Reader (which is what I use).

If you’ve got an RSS aggregator then clicking this link should automatically add the Journo Advice subscription to your software. or, just right-click the link and copy the address to add the address manually to your software or Google Reader.

3. Follow me on Twitter

Twitter is a short message service. In 140 characters or less, you’ll get an update sent automatically letting you know when there’s something new at Journo Advice.

You’ll need to set up a free account at and then go to the Journo Advice profile. You then hit the Follow button and whenever I either add a new post or find something interesting, you’ll get a short update.

You can use Twitter either at the Twitter website or by using a piece of client software.

4. Use the Contact form

Just fill this in and I’ll get an email almost instantly. I reply personally to all messages.

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