Newsletter : Where algorithms don't come between the publisher and the reader (4/6)

Once a reader has signed up for a newsletter, that act of faith, becomes a direct and personal relationship between the publisher and the reader, which then is devoid of any external influences.

In today’s world where the audience reach varies every Friday, on the mercy of algorithm changes being made by social media majors, the newsletter provides a consistent reach.

Confirming to the rules of social media majors for publishers, whenever they make an algorithmic change for the profit of their corporations, is a kin to being in a hostage situation, perpetually. The freedom of creation thus vanishes.