Is you email inbox full of clutter from bulk emails? Would you like clean up your email without missing offers and sales from your favorite brands? TheSwizzle.com is a website where you can browse email offers from top brands with out having to subscribe to their email lists, and an online tool that helps you unsubscribe from email lists you’re already on. According to Swizzle:
The Swizzle Sweeper helps clean up your inbox by easily and safely unsubscribing from emails you no longer wish to receive… Want to see email deals from just the brands you like? Easy! Search for the brand or store from Swizzle’s robust list, and you will see their most recent product news and deals in one place. Follow brands to create your own custom homepage with updates from the brands you prefer.
Email offers can be browsed by brand or category.
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Do you get a ton of junk email that includes things you’ve subscribed to in the past but are no longer interested in? Do you find it easier to just delete it all everyday then to search for the unsubscribe link for each one? Unsubscribr.com is an online email management service that makes it easy to unsubscribe to all the reoccurring email you no longer want. According to Unsubscribr:
Unsubscribr takes a new approach to cleaning out your inbox. It scans your email for bulk and junk mail messages. It then allows you to unsubscribe from those messages quickly and easily. No more hunting for tiny, hidden unsubscribe links. Most of the time we can quickly unsubscribe you with a single click. It’s easy, safe and secure. Give it a try today.
Unsubscribr currently supports: Gmail, Google Apps, Yahoo! Mail, and AOL Mail, but they will be adding more services soon. Unsubscribr also has a blog.
Are you fed up with email? Do you spend way too much time sifting through mountains of spam and other endless messages created by machines? Would you rather use email to communicate with your friends, family, and other actual people? Shortmail.com is a simplified and length-limited email system that is set up to discourage spam, promotional, and machine created messages, while encouraging real human interaction. According to Shortmail:
Email has become a big part of our lives. It’s the common denominator of the Internet. It dictates much of our workflow routine. And for many, it’s completely overwhelming. Think about it: do you know anyone who has a happy relationship with email? We believe it’s time for a new design for email, and we have set out to work towards that goal with Shortmail… Shortmail is totally new – redesigned from the ground up – and gives you an email identity where relationships are magically better… As the name implies, Shortmail is email – only shorter. We’ve applied the idea of length-limitation to email… We know that people are becoming more accustomed to length-limited communications: Twitter and SMS messaging demonstrate that… Shortmail works best when corresponding with people (as opposed to marketers or machines). And because you’re communicating with people, we can organize your email experience around them. Rather than focus on messages or threads, we organize your inbox in a way that makes it easy to respond to people. Letting you focus on conversations with people lowers cognitive load and makes it easier for you to maintain better relationships; by contrast, conventional email imposes cognitive load and is corrosive to relationships.
You can sign in to your new Shortmail account through Twitter and your Twitter name is used for your Shortmail address. Shortmail simplifies email by limiting each message to 500 characters and by eliminating attachments, junk mail, and folders. There are apps for Android and iPhone for easy email on the go. Shortmail also has a blog.
Are you tired of receiving piles of junk mail in your mailbox and mountains of spam in your email? Do you wish you could stop all the junk but still get the promotions that interest you? DMAchoice.org is a service covering both direct mail and email, that allows you to sign up to receive only the promotional mail that you want to receive. According to DMAchoice:
DMAchoice™ is an online tool developed by the Direct Marketing Association to help you manage your mail. This site is part of a larger program designed to respond to consumers’ concerns over the amount of mail they receive… Each year, direct marketing generates more than $2 trillion in sales and charitable donations in the United States alone. But we know that for direct marketing to remain successful, marketers must maintain a healthy relationship with consumers. That healthy relationship starts by giving you the opportunity to tell us what your mail preferences are—and then requiring our members to respect those choices.
You can request to stop or start receiving mail from individual companies or entire categories which includes: Credit Offers, Catalogs, Magazine Offers and Other Mail Offers. There are also do not contact lists for deceased and caregivers. DMAchoice also includes a series of consumer guides.
Are you nervous about giving out your email address to every website out there that requires an email address for registration? Do you fear being buried alive in a mountain of spam? Tempalias.com is an online service that allows you to set up a temporary email address, which anonymously forwards messages to your real email address. According to tempalias:
Ever wanted to sign up for any kind of online service or community without providing your real email address, for example because you don’t want to get spammed? tempalias helps you out by providing temporary, anonymous email addresses, also called “aliases”. Any message sent to the tempalias address will be forwarded anonymously to your real email address… Unlike other, similar services out there, tempalias doesn’t require you to create an account or provide any personal information (other than your real email address, of course). Also, the service is completely cost and advertisement free.
Temporary anonymous email addresses can be set to remain valid for a specific number of days or a specific number of received messages, after-which the address will be automatically deleted. Tempalias has a bookmarklet that works with most web browsers and an extension for Google Chrome.
Have you recently gotten an email that you think might be a hoax? Would you like to reduce the amount of spam you receive? Are you concerned about online privacy and security? Hoax-Slayer.com is a website that posts articles exposing the latest internet and email hoaxes, fraud, scams, and more. According to Hoax-Slayer:
Hoax-Slayer is dedicated to debunking email hoaxes, thwarting Internet scammers, combating spam, and educating web users about email and Internet security issues. Hoax-Slayer allows Internet users to check the veracity of common email hoaxes and aims to counteract criminal activity by publishing information about common types of Internet scams. Hoax-Slayer also includes anti-spam tips, computer and email security information, articles about true email forwards, and much more.
Hoax-Slayer also includes Hoax-Slayer Social which allows members to chat about hoaxes, post in discussion forums, create blogs, and more, all for free.
Who is the first person you turn to for advice? Is it mom? Maybe your mom is the last the person you turn to for serious advice, but don’t you want hear it anyway because you love her and because she is just so unbelievably amusing? Your mom of coarse is only one person, but at PostcardsFromYoMamma.com you can read emails and other forms of maternal wisdom from moms everywhere. If your mom gives great advise or is hilariously funny why keep it to yourself when you can submit it to Postcards From Yo Momma and share it with the world. There is also a news section with news about the site and news about all things related to moms.
Think it’s too late to send out Christmas cards? Not if you send eCards. Care2.com has a wide variety of Christmas themed eCards that you can send for free via email. Many of cards contain things you won’t find on traditional Christmas Cards like music, animation, and interactive things to click on. There are also eCards that let you download and add a photo for a personal touch. Sending Care2 eCards generates donations to several different charitable organizations.
Too late to mail Santa a letter? Not if you use email. SantaMail.com is website that allows you to send Santa your Christmas list via email. According to Santa Mail: “Don’t have Santa’s address at the North Pole? Send him an email! Compose your “Dear Santa” letter right here on Santa Mail and leave the delivery to us.” After you send your letter to Santa, you can also share it with people that might actually get you something from your list, on Facebook and Twitter.