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September 14, 2008 18:47 PDT

Subscribing to Chrome Fans will allow you to automatically receive every new article whenever they get published. This provides a great deal of convenience for you, because you won't even have to visit this website to access all the latest articles or news.

The benefit of this is that it will save you a lot of time and effort; All of the new content on this site will be delivered to you directly for free and all you have to do is to read it at your own leisure.

There are two main ways of subscribing to Chrome Fans:

  1. RSS Feed Subscriptions. New articles will be sent to a feed reader.
  2. Email Subscriptions. New articles will be sent directly to your email inbox.

What is RSS? What is a 'RSS Feed Reader' and How Can I Use it?

RSS stands for Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication. It adds functionality to a web site that lets users subscribe to content from that web site. RSS allows you to stay informed of your favorite web content without actually having to go to the web site. You can set up a page full of subscriptions from different places and keep tabs on all your content in one place. You can also stay informed without giving up any privacy.

RSS feeds are document formats which allow you to keep up to date with content on all blogs and the websites you come across while surfing the net.

When you subscribe to an RSS feed, the feed reader will check the website you subscribe to for new content. If there are any new articles, they will be displayed within the reader itself.

How to get started?

It's just three easy steps:

  1. Sign up for a Free feed reader (I recommend Google Reader).
  2. Come back to this page and click on this link to subscribe to Chrome Fans.
  3. And you're done! Remember to check your feed reader daily to see if new articles from Chroma Fans have been published.

All the published articles from Chrome Fans will show up automatically in your feed reader. If you'll like to, start subscribing to other blogs or websites you fancy as well.

Can I Choose to Subscribe Via Email Instead?

Definitely. It's not a problem. If you'll like articles from Chrome Fans to be sent directly to your email inbox, just click here, it will open a Email Subscription Request page, as it is shown in the figure:

Feed Burner Email Subscription

Figure-1: Email Subscription Requrest. Powered by Google FeedBurner

  1. Enter a legitimate email address.
  2. Enter the captcha (verification emssage) as it is displayed on the page.
  3. Click the Complete Subscription Request button.
  4. Once you see the screen below, visit your email inbox to verify your email address. If you don't receive any verification emails, please check your spam folder.

Feed Burner Email Subscription

Figure-2: once you see the screen above, visit your email inbox to verify your email address

You'll only receive one email every day regardless of the number of articles published. For example, if I publish 3 articles in a day, you'll get them all in one email newsletter.

All email subscriptions are managed by Google Feedburner and you can unsubscribe anytime with a click of a mouse. For your convenience, instructions for unsubscribing are included in each email newsletter as well.

Please be assured that your email will kept in the strictest confidence and will never be used for spam or shared with others without your permission, so please use one that you check regularly.

If you have any trouble subscribing to Chrome Fans, please contact me, I'll be happy to help in any way possible.

#1  posted on September 12, 2009 09:32 PDT
I think that is real dumb to ask are you human

#2  posted on October 22, 2009 04:54 PDT
Images will display in the post, for example, while MP3s and videos are playable directly in the page. ,

#3  posted on October 23, 2009 04:11 PDT
And thanks for the shout out again. ,

#4  posted on March 10, 2010 22:51 PST
If you subscribe with google chrome you will be updated with its upcoming features

#5  posted on April 18, 2011 02:50 PDT
for fletcher (#1 above): I only ask that question (is this a human) when I receive a greeting that is so inhuman that it really makes me want to know the answer to that that we live in the days of 'Watson' I'm sure I won't be bothered by inhuman machine answers...and as C3PO might add: "thank The Maker"

#6  posted on April 20, 2011 01:22 PDT
I'm sure I won't be bothered by inhuman machine answers...and as C3PO might add: "thank The Maker"

#7  posted on January 08, 2017 10:02 PST
i subscribe to remind and show that it is me replying to the content posting on my page. how the reality of the company telling to the people. i believed. they allowed them to post to the place that they can do what they said on the content. real company that succeeding did what they said. thank you.

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