When It Rains It Pours

By | May 16, 2019
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When It Rains It Pours

When it rains it pours. We’re dealing with a lot of adversity right now, not the least of which is the fact our InfoAve Premium newsletter is being blocked by Gmail. Well, actually it’s not our newsletter that’s being blocked, it’s the newsletter service we use that’s causing our InfoAve Premium newsletter to be blocked by Gmail. Our Premium newsletter is the lifeblood of our small business. It lets us keep in touch with you – our friends and subscribers.

We are most likely going to have to change newsletter providers. We’ve been using the same company for over a decade. But they’re not getting the job done and we things are not getting any better as less than 50% of our Premium subscribers are getting the newsletter. We’ll get this fixed but shopping for a provider we can trust takes time. Darcy and I have spent hours on it already. Our goal is having this issue resolved before the end of this month.

Then there’s the secure server issue. Our site is not on a secure server – and it does not need to be. Read our article about this here. But most people don’t understand that a secure server does not mean a safe site. Many sites that distribute malware and software bundles that distribute malware are on secure servers. For example,  Softonic, which takes legitimate freeware and bundles it with PUPs, questionable software and malware runs on a secure server. So when you visit Softonic you’ll see the word “Secure” and the famous “Lock” icon in your browser’s address bar. But the word “secure” and the lock does not mean that that site is safe. Because a site is running on a secure server does not necessarily mean it is a safe site. But the public perception is that it does and so we’re reluctantly deciding on the best, least expensive way to switch our site to secure servers – not because it will make it safer, but because it will help those who don’t know us as well as you do, feel safer.

Trying to find the right newsletter provider takes time. We want to make sure we choose the best service we can afford. And trying to figure out the best way to switch our site over to secure servers without interruption takes a lot of time. Trying to do all this while to continuing to help as many people as we can with their computers is a daunting task.

But we’ve always put our subscribers and friends first.  And we’re not going to change that.

So, we’re asking for your help – again.  There are many ways you can help us to continue our mission of helping everyone who calls on us for help. Each week we spend hours answering questions via email and only a few of these questions and answers make it into our InfoAve Premium newsletter. We’re happy to help as much as we can.

Anything you could do to help us right now would be very much appreciated.


You can help us by sharing us on your Facebook page.

Recommend us to your friends on your Facebook page.  Link to our InfoAve website where we have over 4000 computer tips, tricks and more! Or InfoAve website address is:

 http://thundercloud.net/infoave/new/


Invite your friends to subscribe to our Premium Newsletter. It’s free.

You can invite your friends to sign up for our InfoAve Premium Weekly newsletter. The sign-up page is:

 http://thundercloud.net/infoave/join.htm


Subscribe to our InfoAve Daily Newsletter (or invite your friends to subscribe).

It’s free and our InfoAve Newsletter is delivered by Google, so we’re not having any delivery issues with our InfoAve Daily. The sign-up page for our daily newsletter is:

 http://thundercloud.net/start/subscribe.htm


Cloudeight Direct Computer Care

We’ve kept our price as low as we can on computer repair to make it accessible for everyone Where in the world can you have your Windows computer repaired for $50? That’s all it costs to buy a Cloudeight Direct Computer Care service & repair key. And you can buy one now and save it. Our keys never expire, they’re good until you use them.

You can read more about Cloudeight Direct Computer Care here.


Windows 10 Transformation Service

Windows 7 users have about 8 months to upgrade to Windows 10 or use Windows 7 after its end-of-life, which means without any support, updates or security patches from Microsoft. We’re offering a special service for Windows 7 users who upgrade to Windows 10 where we’ll make Windows 10 computers look and work a lot more like Windows 7.

For complete details of our Windows 10 transformation service, see this page.


Cloudeight SeniorPass

Are you 60 or older? Get the best computer repair deal anywhere!

With our Cloudeight SeniorPass, you’ll get 12-months of unlimited computer care and repair for less than most computer repair services charge for a single repair! Unlimited computer care and repair sessions for one full year for only $99? Try to find a better deal anywhere!

 Get more information about our Cloudeight SeniorPass here.


Make a small donation

You can help us by making a small donation. Even the smallest donations help. If you’d like to make a donation to help us keep on helping you, please visit this page.


Use Our Start Page!

And finally, did you know if you use the search engine on our Cloudeight Start Page, it helps us? Google pays us a tiny amount each time anyone uses the Google search on our start page.  Our start page is located at http://thundercloud.net/start/ and the Google search is right at the top.


And most of all thanks for everything you have done for us – and for sticking with us!

We just wanted you to know what we’re dealing with right now. The old aphorism, “When it rains it pours” is so true – we can tell you from experience.

Thank you so much for your friendship and your support. We appreciate it very much.

2 thoughts on “When It Rains It Pours

  1. Patricia Mccosker

    Your newsletter is continually put in my Junk mail even though I have ticked the …this is not Junk …many times
    I always rescue it of course.

    Reply
  2. Mikeal

    I use Gmail and I have a filter set up for your email to not be sent to spam. Though it tells me so at the top of the email page it is where it is supposed to be. thanks again for all you both do for all of us who subscribe.

    Reply

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