20 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Subscribe To Our Blog

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Content marketers from around the world are trying to get you to subscribe to their blogs, YouTube channels, Podcasts, etc. Not this marketer. This marketer is doing the complete opposite – convincing …

Content marketers from around the world are trying to get you to subscribe to their blogs, YouTube channels, Podcasts, etc. Not this marketer. This marketer is doing the complete opposite – convincing you to unsubscribe or not subscribe at all. In fact, below are 20 reasons why you shouldn’t subscribe to our blog. It’s a reverse psychology thing. Not sure if it’ll work or not, but isn’t that what we marketers do? Throw stuff up against a wall to see what sticks? Not really, but I’m throwing this one up against the proverbial wall. . .

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  • 1. 20 REASONS WHY You Shouldn’t SUBSCRIBE To Our Blog or why you should unsubscribe
  • 2. Marketers spend too much time. . .
  • 3. . . . telling you how awesome they are. . .
  • 4. . . . how cool their wares are. . .
  • 5. . . . and why you should subscribe to their blogs.
  • 6. . . . not this marketer.
  • 7. I’m going to try and convince you. . .
  • 8. . . . why you SHOULDN’T subscribe. . .
  • 9. or why you should UNSUBSCRIBE NOW. . .
  • 10. . . . using the next 20 slides. Ready? Set. Go!
  • 11. #1 Two emails in your inbox per business day is too much of a commitment for you
  • 12. #2 You’re sick and tired of seeing calls-to-action for ebooks and guides
  • 13. #3 You think this content marketing and distribution thing is just a fad
  • 14. #4 Earning media is too difficult to execute so consuming content about it is out of the question
  • 15. #5 You prefer podcasts
  • 16. #6 Getting an invite to one of our webinars might offend you
  • 17. #7 Our blog is still not responsively designed and isn’t quite mobile- friendly yet
  • 18. #8 You only consume blogs using your 2005 Blackberry
  • 19. #9 You subscribed with your “junk” email address
  • 20. #10 You’re a troll
  • 21. #11 You believe new and fresh marketing ideas are a dime-a- dozen
  • 22. #12 You consume BuzzFeed all day
  • 23. #13 Our list posts don’t give break-up advice or catalog our favorite Disney characters
  • 24. #14 Too many authors give you mild panic attacks
  • 25. #15 You’re worried our blog will force you to rethink your marketing strategy
  • 26. #16 We won’t fulfill your daily requirements for cat memes
  • 27. #17 You subscribe to blogs with an AOL email address
  • 28. #18 Having cutting-edge digital marketing solutions at your fingertips troubles you
  • 29. #19 Our real-time personalization creeps you out
  • 30. #20 You believe industry thought leaders are a bunch of blowhards
  • 31. Now it’s time to make a decision. . .
  • 32. SUBSCRIBE UNSUBSCRIBE