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Why a newsletter for diy computer repair? The pro's have e-zines from the manufactures of computer products but most people don't want to read techie/geek talk that they find hard to follow so a translated to everyday English maybe just what your looking for!
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Computer repair isn't as hard as everyone thinks it is. You can do computer repair with the correct information and technical assistance.
This web site and this newsletter is written in everyday English for the DIYer that wants to fix their own computer either to save money and time or to learn more about computers in general at home or at work (although most businesses have an IT department to do those repairs...)
I have endeavored to make my web site as comprehensive as possible, but try to keep it at a level where the beginner, novice, intermediate user can do the things the Pro's do.
If you read other pages on this web site you will see surveys, please feel free to answer the survey, I don't ask for your email address nor do I collect any information from you other than the answers to the questions. I use these surveys when I am writing content for this web site, the e-zine, and my products.
When I started the Fix It almost six years ago I did a survey on this web site, asking what day most people had the least amount of email through out the month. Surprisingly the best two days were the first and third Tuesday of the month. I picked the first Tuesday of the month to send out the Fix It
At one time I was considering a weekly but that puts a lot of stress on me finding a topic that is useful four times a month. Another thing most people don't realize about the e-zine is this one is not posted to this web site, at one time it was but what I found was my readership was low because each issue was posted straight to this web site.
If you had signed up for this newsletter when it started you would have a
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And I promise to not get Geeky on you, what do you say? Want to stay ahead of the Geeks with out going Geek?
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