Email subscription

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  • #731610

    drlyana
    Member

    I want to unsubscribe an email from my blog. I just don’t want that this guy to be able to receive may posts anymore.
    And I don’t want to tell him that. How can I do it?
    Please help me. This guy is driving me crazy…

    The blog I need help with is eulyana.wordpress.com.

    #731744

    timethief
    Member

    If your blog is public and does offer subscriptions then that’s not possible. You hcan make the blog visibility “private” but yu cannot delete a subscriber from a public blog, and you cannot block anyone from subscribing to a blog that has a “public” setting. What’s critical is not who reads the blog. Every WordPress blog has built in RSS feeds for mboth posts and fro comments and anyone can use a feedreader to read your posts. As the blog is “public” and you offer email subscriptions any member of the public can subscribe. However, you can control which comments are moderated, approved and appear on your blog. http://en.support.wordpress.com/unwanted-comments/ No one can drive you crazy if you do not allow them to do so. Simply ignore the comments rather than approving them and posting them.

    #731745

    timethief
    Member

    My apologies for the typos. My app isn’t working today and I’m visually challenged.

    #731749

    drlyana
    Member

    Thank you for the answer. I wish it could help more…
    I already have comment moderation, but this guy still receives my emails and still tries to comment.
    Thank you a lot for the answer. Have a nice day!

    #731755

    timethief
    Member

    Don’t ever let a troll get to you. Don’t give your power away and note that trolls are focused on getting an emotional response. Don’t feed them — ignore them
    Dealing with Annoying Subscribers

    #731756

    drlyana
    Member

    Thank you for your kind words. You really made my day.

    #731878

    timethief
    Member

    You’re welcome and best wishes with your blog. :)

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