Have you heard about Unroll.me yet? I’m guessing not, and I’m guessing that if you’re an Internet marketer, you’re on tons of people’s lists. I used to do a lot of coaching with new Internet marketers and the first thing that many of them would tell me is this:
“I get so much email that I can’t get through it all in a day!”
They read everything, at least I did when I first started out. And it’s all very confusing. Yes, you should subscribe to some lists to see what’s what, but when you’re a newbie at this game, it’s hard to decide who the major players are. And so, you subscribe to EVERYthing, and it tends to happen whenever you start learning to do business online, not matter what niche you’re in.
What’s it do?
Unroll.me searches your email for subscriptions and then, instead of having to go to each autoresponder’s unsubscribe form and going through all that rigamarole, you simply tell Unroll.me which newsletters you want to get rid of and keep the ones you want.
And not only will it cut down on your email, but get this…
Instead of getting all of the emails one at a time, Unroll.me sends you a digest of links for the emails whenever you want it — morning, afternoon, or night. It’s really amazing. I just spent about 10 minutes unsubbing from 20 useless newsletters so that I could keep the ones I wanted, and trust me, after 8 years, I have way more subs than that, but this is only for ONE email account.
The bad news is that it’s only for English speakers right now, and it only supports GMail, Yahoo, and AOL, but the company is working on support for other platforms. This isn’t good news for me, who has most mail accounts on her own server, but well… We’ll see what happens.
For now, it works great with GMail. You might like to give it a try and clear that Inbox clutter just a little. Oh, an they give you 5 invitations so that you can tell your friends. I can’t wait to see my first “Rollup” tomorrow. This service is totally worth checking out.