I think some of our subscribers have become a bit confused about what they are subscribed to and how to stop getting Musicademy emails. We certainly don’t want to spam anyone with blog posts that they would rather not know about so here is a brief explanation.
Subscribing to the (almost daily) blog updates
Go to the subscribe page and fill in your email address – you can unsubscribe at any time (see how to below).
Subscribing to the newsletter
Click the login link at the top right of any page on the Musicademy website and complete your details. This opens an account with us (which you’ll need if you want to buy anything from the store or to access the free members area). You’ll new receive the newsletter (which is a round up of all our recent blog posts) every week or so. Again you can unbsubscribe at any time.
Unsubscribing from the (almost daily) blog updates
If you got notification of this blog post emailed to you (with no other blog post info attached and with no photos) then you are on the blog mailing list. We post a new blog piece four or five times a week so you will be getting very regular emails. Some people love that and the regular bite sized bits of info that the posts contain. If that’s you then great and thanks for reading. If however you’d prefer to not be inundated with emails from us then unsubscribe by one of the following methods:
You can unsubscribe to these blog post updates by firstly logging out of your account then clicking on the home page of the blog. At the bottom of the right hand column is a box titled “RECEIVE BLOG UPDATES BY EMAIL”. Simply insert your registered email address to unsubscribe.
Alternatively, if you are logged in you can click here and uncheck all the “Subscribed Categories”.
Unsubscribing from the newsletter
We publish a round-up of our most recent blog posts on average three times a month. This is emailed to you as a colourful newsletter. If you would like to unsubscribe from this simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with the word REMOVE in both the subject line and the body of the email. Remember to email from the account you receive the email from (we often get cross emails from people who say they have tried the REMOVE technique but are still getting emails. This is normally because they have been emailing us from the wrong address).
I hope that makes the whole system clear – obviously if you are still getting emails and have done all the above to unsubscribe then email us and we’ll look into it for you.