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Nour.ish has been down for 4 months but will be back as of July 3rd!

Nour.ish a popular rss to newsletter tool on the web has been down for a while making me switch many of my sites i have made to feedburner to distribute newsletters. Great news came out today, you can read the letter below:

Dear Nourish user,

You may have been aware that the founders of fell into some financial difficulties over the last few months and the service was neglected. Knowing how much you will have missed it, we are pleased to announce that has recently been acquired by Web-Translations and will be back online from Friday 3 July 2009.

When you log in, you will see that your campaigns and distribution lists are as you left them but as a result of the acquisition, no billing information transferred so all accounts have been set to a free account, which uses the default template and is limited to 1000 emails a month.

Over the coming weeks, we will be working through and fixing some of the bugs that have been a cause of frustration on the forums.

We will also be adding some new features to help make Nourish even better. We would therefore appreciate you taking a short survey, which should take no more than 5 minutes of your day, to really help us improve the service and add the features you want:

Thanks for your patience as we try to make the transition of as smooth as possible and don’t forget to:-

1) re-register from Friday 3 July;

2) help shape the service through the survey;

3) select a new payment plan.

As an incentive to act now, the first 50 customers to complete the survey and sign up for an annual subscription will receive an additional 25% discount!

Kind regards,

Laura Palmieri
Operations Executive

  • i’d noticed that was bak on again…
    was thinking of using it for someone, but may not cos of the 1000 email cap for free accounts

    dave miers

    July 1, 2009

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