The Junk Mail Blog was launched in the middle of 2009 (just before the Junk Mail website went completely free). Since then the blog has grown immensely. The Junk Mail blog currently features more than 700 posts.
It has always been the aim of the Junk Mail blog to keep Junk Mail users informed about Site Changes on the Junk Mail website. The Junk Mail team has also used the Junk Mail blog to inform and warn users about scams that pop up every now and again on Junk Mail’s radar. Various posts informing users of upcoming events in Gauteng, the Western Cape and Kwazulu Natal have also been published over the years.
The Junk Mail team values the response and comments we receive on the Junk Mail blog, we decided to give the Junk Mail blog a facelift last week Friday. The look and the feel of the blog was changed and navigation options have been improved.
Your feedback about the new layout as well as the look and feel of the Junk Mail blog is appreciated and welcome. Please comment on this post and let us know what you think…