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bit-tech Newsletters are now available!

bit-tech Newsletters are now available!

bit-tech Newsletters are now available for free (like everything else here).

In response to our recent reader survey to find out your wants, needs, loves and pet peeves, bit-tech has just launched a new Newsletter! Sign up here and choose between daily or weekly updates that drop directly into your inbox.

The daily newsletter is delivered every weekday afternoon and contains everything published that day. You will also receive a summary of the weekend content on Monday mornings.

The weekly newsletter is delivered every Friday afternoon and includes a summary of the content published during the entire week.

You also have the option of selecting whether to receive the newsletter in HTML or just a plain text version. We recommend the HTML format for desktop and notebook computers and the plain text format for mobile devices.

Remember there's also the RSS feed for those wanting to know our content updates the moment they happen too.

As usual, we will continue to listen to your constructive feedback about our new Newsletters, and everything else bit-tech, so feel free to drop us your thoughts, in the forums!

23 Comments

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Mankz 2nd July 2008, 11:29 Quote
A nice addition.

Now, when do we find out who won the prizes from the Survay!
Baz 2nd July 2008, 11:48 Quote
today!
r4tch3t 2nd July 2008, 12:00 Quote
A nice addition, but not for me, I check Bit at least twice a day anyway.
Jack_Pepsi 2nd July 2008, 12:08 Quote
\m/

Excellent!

I'm still waiting for our 4850 and 4870 review... cough cough, wink wink.
Akava 2nd July 2008, 12:09 Quote
Sounds good, I tend to check Bit everyday so probably not entirely for me, though I may still give it a go. Still a very nice addition for those who can't check the site directly due to company policies etc.
Timmy_the_tortoise 2nd July 2008, 12:16 Quote
Finally, a newsletter to sign up to which might actually interest me..

I've got too many junk newsletters in my inbox.. Nintendo Europe.. Dabs.com... FRFI North East..

All boring crap.
Veles 2nd July 2008, 12:21 Quote
Awesome!
Almightyrastus 2nd July 2008, 12:26 Quote
Nice idea. Don't think I will be using it though as I have a Bit tab open pretty much all day.
Woodstock 2nd July 2008, 12:36 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by r4tch3t
A nice addition, but not for me, I check Bit at least twice a day anyway.

my thoughts exactly
Aterius Gmork 2nd July 2008, 12:55 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by r4tch3t
A nice addition, but not for me, I check Bit at least twice a day anyway.

+1
scarrmrcc 2nd July 2008, 13:52 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by the recistration page...fools!
Please keep me informed about news from out trusted third party partners

what the heck is an out trusted partner?

out trusted?
Firehed 2nd July 2008, 13:57 Quote
Content is exactly the same here as in the RSS feeds, right?
Hiren 2nd July 2008, 14:09 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by scarrmrcc


what the heck is an out trusted partner?

out trusted?

Thanks, fixed.

Firehed - yes the content is the same as the RSS feed.
Timmy_the_tortoise 2nd July 2008, 14:11 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hiren
Quote:
Originally Posted by scarrmrcc


what the heck is an out trusted partner?

out trusted?

Thanks, fixed.

You really do listen to every little bit of constructive feedback..
Jamie 2nd July 2008, 16:41 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Firehed
Content is exactly the same here as in the RSS feeds, right?

Your assumption is correct. The email just contains what is put in the RSS feeds but is sent to your inbox on a daily and/or weekly basis. Some people still don't use RSS so this is really for them.

If you'd like to try the newsletter feel free to sign up now and if you don't like it you can always login later and untick the daily and weekly options to stop receiving the newsletter but remain in our mailing list (if you allow us to contact you).
RTT 2nd July 2008, 16:48 Quote
In the employment drop-down you've misspelt Professional as Proffessional on the third option ;)
Jamie 2nd July 2008, 16:52 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by RTT
In the employment drop-down you've misspelt Professional as Proffessional on the third option ;)

fixed. :o
mikeuk2004 2nd July 2008, 16:58 Quote
Interesting, might have to check it out. I fully understand RSS, I use RSS on my PSP for audio feeds from 1up etc but cant get text news from bit-tech. What do I need to get RSS feeds on pc?

Edit: Ignore me, I didnt realise I can get it in Firefox.
ComputerKing 2nd July 2008, 18:53 Quote
COOOOL, I really liked it. Make me don't miss any thing on BT

Thanks alot for this.
Firehed 4th July 2008, 01:04 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by RTT
In the employment drop-down you've misspelt Professional as Proffessional on the third option ;)
I thought you lot had an office... have you gone mute from excess forum use and forgotten how to speak?
Hiren 4th July 2008, 08:43 Quote
RTT doesn't work for bit-tech. He works for TrustedReviews in a separate office a few miles away.
Glider 4th July 2008, 10:23 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Hiren
RTT doesn't work for bit-tech.
Don't tell me any of you out there work ;)
The_Beast 5th July 2008, 03:48 Quote
Thanks but no thanks

I'm on bit-tech everyday
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