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If you didn’t notice the gigantic “FREE UPDATES” banner on the sidebar of the website, I don’t blame you. After all, vision impairment afflicts millions of Americans and, apparently an even greater number of Battlefield 3 soldiers. But I digress.

Many of you keep tabs on Top Tier Tactics via RSS, Twitter, or the oldie/goodie way of doing things: keeping the site open in a separate window at all times and putting a small rock on your F5 button. But for some people with diverse interests and limited time for surfing through thousands of internet bookmarks, these options don’t suffice.

Today, I’ve heard your calls and answered your prayers with the T3 Newsletter.

What is the T3 Newsletter? Simply put, it’s the laziest way on Earth to get Top Tier Tactics content. Just sign up under that gigantic banner on the right, and you’ll receive an intermittent dose of our overzealous diatribes in the form of an easy-to-peruse summary.

It saves you time. And since time is money, we’re basically paying you to subscribe.* And when you get an e-mail full of emotionally-charged editorials and outlandishly ignorant reviews, you’ll feel like you just hit the jackpot at the world’s nerdiest casino. All you’ve gotta do is cash out!

Speaking of cash, this wouldn’t be a WiNGSPANTT venture without the gratuitous use of random giveaways.** We’ll be using the T3 Newsletter not just to keep you in the know with the goings-on of the site, but also to give you free fucking lewt. Newsletter contests and giveaways will be separate from other site promotions, so if you want in, you’ll have to sit through all the other boring crap the tons of great articles we’ll be sending you!

In summary, you can expect:

  • Super easy updates from the site
  • Exclusive giveaways and promotions
  • Random additional T3 humor

Now, technically, I’ve never tested the Newsletter software, so there may be some kinks to work out. In the interim period, however, we’d love to hear your suggestions and feedback. And, of course, Top Tier Tactics will never sell or distribute your e-mail address to any third parties, and you can unsubscribe at any time. Well, you can’t technically unsubscribe before you subscribe, so on a purely literal level that sentence wasn’t true. But you get the general idea, jerk.

What’s that? You’re so lazy you can’t even scroll up to navigate to our T3 Newsletter signup? That’s cool, I brought it down here for you! If I’m this nice, just imagine how cool the updates themselves will be. It’s flawless logic!
* This is not to be construed as an actual offer of payment.
** This is to be construed as an actual offer of bribery.

16 replies to this post
    • Most assuredly not, dear sir. Besides, I could have done that months ago if that were my evil plot. I just want to give people another way to staying tuned.

      You may have guessed my actual revenue plans revolve around all the empty banner ad spots on the sidebar.

      • I approve of this message. ^
        that one.
        And I now approve of FC.
        Maybe you should start selling T3shirts?
        It sound catchy, and you could make money. Mugs, posters, Calanders with , and snowglobes.
        A snow globe with a tiny puppy.
        Brilliant. I’d buy all of the aforementioned things.

  1. I came to the site, constantly refreshing as I usually did.
    Then I saw this little box named “Subscribe”
    Then I entered my name, Email, bank account number and soul.
    THEN I saw what it’s actually for.


    Oh, Bin, I am too lazy to search out your adress, so I’ll just post it here. I want you to have a look at http://www.explosm.net/comics/2305/

    • Haha, well if it means I can finally increase the number of cans of tuna Space Hamlet gets per day from 0.5 to 0.75, I’m all for it. I’m sure he is too.

  2. I press f5 constantly and keep this in an alternate tab….so does that mean WiNG is stalking me as I stalk WiNG o.O?

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