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Thread: Discovered On Line INTERESTING Quilt Magazine

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    Stumbled on this by accident an on line quilt magazine with timely patterns, articles about older quilts, and general info. Best of all it is FREE. Check it out at www.OnlineQuiltMagazine.com
    I enjoyed reading my first issue with Valentines and another block. Illsa

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    thanks!

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    YEA i get that one

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    I signed up for it too.

    But *disclaimer*: it IS a source for many advertizers who want big bucks for their products to be able to contact you with their pitch. You can easily disregard these ads if you're not interested, but they *will* come if you sign up for the magazine.

    Personally I think it's a pretty savvy marketing idea, especially since I can just delete the ads, but it will annoy some of you here, for sure.

    Jan in VA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Illsa
    Stumbled on this by accident an on line quilt magazine with timely patterns, articles about older quilts, and general info. Best of all it is FREE. Check it out at http://www.OnlineQuiltMagazine.com
    I enjoyed reading my first issue with Valentines and another block. Illsa
    Just checked it out. Made it a clickable link :thumbup:

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    Thanks!! I stopped getting mags a long time ago- waste of money for me.

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    When I sign up for something that wants to send me advertisements I use an alternate email address that isn't connected to anything else.

    Helps keep my 'real' email in box clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA
    I signed up for it too.

    But *disclaimer*: it IS a source for many advertizers who want big bucks for their products to be able to contact you with their pitch. You can easily disregard these ads if you're not interested, but they *will* come if you sign up for the magazine.

    Personally I think it's a pretty savvy marketing idea, especially since I can just delete the ads, but it will annoy some of you here, for sure.

    Jan in VA
    Thanks for the heads up , Jan. I read and reread all the type and was wondering what their angle was. I'll mull it over a little longer.

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    Is this the one from Australia? It has a sister pub for patterns that is very expensive per month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobo2000
    Is this the one from Australia? It has a sister pub for patterns that is very expensive per month.
    Yep, that's it.

    Jan in VA

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