If you have been to the Texas Wine Lover website in the past day or so, you will have noticed a big change as we had a face-lift! The website has been redesigned to hopefully make it easier for you to find all the information you need about Texas wine and more.
In order to improve some items on the website, some things had to change. For example, if you have subscribed to the website, you received an email every time a new blog post was published (like this one). From now on, you will receive a daily email, but only if a new post was published. So if we posted three items on one day, you will now only receive one email the next morning to let you know about those three items. Less email for you, but the same notification to let you know we wrote something you may be interested in reading.
Changing the emails did require a change though to a new email system. 95% of the email subscribers were successfully transferred to the new system. However, if you subscribed before through your WordPress.com account, we could not transfer those email addresses. To make sure you actually are subscribed, we recommend that you subscribe with your email address again on the website. We set up a special page just for you to easily subscribe.
We have some more changes coming out in the next couple months. Hopefully you will enjoy and appreciate the efforts the Texas Wine Lover team is doing to promote the Texas wine industry, as we strive to continue to be the premiere website for Texas wine news and information.
Please do not forget that we also have a Facebook page where some smaller items are posted that may not require a bigger post on the website. We may also see something on Facebook we want to make sure you see, so we will share that on the Texas Wine Lover Facebook page too. Facebook is constantly changing the way they decide if you will see our Facebook posts to you on your Facebook News Feed, so do a Like on the Facebook page to follow us there too, and get involved with commenting, liking, and sharing to your friends so everyone finds out Texas actually does make wine!