We rolled out a new version of the newsletter last week … very hip … very upsale with modern design and function. It had more of a blogging type of format so you could comment on each section. But you had to follow a matrix of links to read each section of the newsletter. Our readers hated it! We read all your comments (and there were a ton of them.) You will note that with this edition of the newsletter we have returned to the “easier to read” one-page format that has served us so well for so many years. We heard you say “It wasn’t broke, why fix it?”
Here on the blogging site we will continue to give you opportunities to comment on the stories we post. We always look forward to hearing from you. Although we cannot always make changes as quickly as we would like to, we have taken many of the tips our readers have given us and implemented them. Many of the comments we received last week are being researched. One comment that a reader made was that he would like to see bigger pictures on our website. We are already working on it. Our next database update will be in about six weeks and we hope to have it implemented at that time.
You, our readers, are the most important part of this newsletter. We do all this for you. And, of course, we love classic cars. Over the years you have encouraged us and been so kind as to read this newsletter religiously. We now have over 11,000 subscribers to the Cars On Line Daily Update newsletter. Thousands more read it as it is linked through Facebook. So we hope you will continue to consider this “your newsletter.” We just work here. It belongs to you.
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Thanks so much for returning to the “old school” format – we love it, and we love Cars-on-line.com!