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Is the SB Nation newletter infringing on your visits a good idea?

This week we saw the implementation of SB nation newsletters, which is a nice thing for those who don't have to sort through reams of email in their box.

But visiting here while getting that huge flash ad, is a major traffic killer.

I hardly ever visit bleacher report due to their stupid sign me up for a newsletter in my emailbox, I have to navigate through, whenever I make the mistake of reading an article there.

 

Does SB Nation want to make the same mistake?

 

I could live with a non invasive ad for this sort of thing on the right column, but blocking what I am trying to read on an article, no thanks.

I hope SB Nation realizes the error of it's way and get's rid of this invasive newsletter crap asap.

It just may be the lockout isn't the cause of traffic and posting drops since it was implemented.

Because I know, I decided I wanted to go surf the web somewhere else once I saw that newsletter crap. Why bother logging in and posting.

I truly hope SB Nation realizes the error of it's way and finds a less invasive way to get people to sign up for their newsletter because I never will.

Just another great fan opinion shared on the pages of BuffaloRumblings.com.

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