Synth Anatomy is now on Telegram; join the newsletter, get all the news, reviews, deals, and more on your phone, and participate in exclusive giveaways.
To reach readers as a medium, you have to use social media. They allow you to distribute your content to a large number of people. Anyone can do it, and it’s free.
But a lot has changed on social media in the last few years. Post on Facebook, X (formerly Twitter)… became problematic. You’ll find out why later in the article. So that you can see all the news without filtering, I decided to launch a newsletter on Telegram. It brings you the news instantly to your phone. Free of charge, of course.
Synth Anatomy Telegram Newsletter
I did the soft opening a week ago to see how everything works. Now it’s official, and everyone can subscribe. Of course, free of charge. Some people ask why Telegram. Telegram currently offers the ability to create broadcast channels. Instagram followed suit in June. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work yet in the country where I live. The same applies to WhatsApp. If I have access to these, these newsletters will be added.
Why A Newsletter In The Age Of Facebook, X…?
The answer is simple: the algorithm. If you post on Facebook, X (former Twitter), your boss is the algorithm. He decides how many people the message is distributed to. With 200, 2000, or 20,000 followers, your message will never reach the same amount of users.
To combat this problem, some media outlets pay to distribute their posts to more people. That’s not the long-term solution either. For this reason, I created this newsletter service on Telegram to offer you new ways to access the news without algorithm filtering.
You can subscribe to the newsletter via this link. With this, you will always receive a push message when there is something new from the Synth Anatomy world, including the latest synth news, reviews, deals, live blogs from tradeshows, and much more. There will also be future exclusive giveaways. And I will expand the newsletter to Instagram and WhatsApp when the functions are available.
It is also important to mention that it remains purely a newsletter. Comments, likes, etc., remain switched OFF because I want a safe space without trolls, attacks, etc. Facebook, YouTube, etc., are enough for me.
I look forward to welcoming you to the Synth Anatomy Telegram newsletter.
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