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How did you discover this issue of the RVtravel.com newsletter?

How did you discover this issue of the RVtravel.com newsletter? Most of our readers, we know, subscribe to an email that reminds them of each new issue the morning it’s posted.

But we know others arrive in other ways — some know that they can simply go to RVtravel.com and the latest newsletter will be right there. They just click on a link and, just like that, they’re there.

Others arrive in other ways, some we probably can’t even imagine.

What about you? Would you please take a moment and answer this poll. We’re just plain curious to know how you and other readers arrive at our website and its newsletters. And, we figure that maybe we can learn something that will help us reach new readers.

Thanks a bunch, much appreciated. Oh, and as always, if you are on a slow internet connection, please stand by, as the poll may be slow to load.

Chuck Woodbury
Chuck Woodburyhttps://rvtravel.com
I'm the founder and publisher of RVtravel.com. I've been a writer and publisher for most of my adult life, and spent a total of at least a half-dozen years of that time traveling the USA and Canada in a motorhome.

Comments

  1. I put other because believe or not I have no idea how I found this newsletter. The only thing I can think of was either thru a private FB group or thru a Jayco forum. I have enjoyed reading them when I get the time. Right now I have them all lined up in a row as tabs to read when I get the chance. Been busy getting ready to retire. Happy trails.

  2. One of the RV you tube channels, Matts RV reviews or RV odd Couple can not remember which one. They were talking about your site.

  3. I’ve been a reader for over twenty years now but can’t remember how I got started. I think one of my friends forwarded me a copy.

  4. The question is clear – but confusing! “this” and “discover” seem to be at odds. i.e., “this” means #1046 on 3 April. Discover seems to indicate “first” or found the first time. Well, the bottom line is – I get an email daily announcing it and I don’t remember how I came by it the first time – some years ago.

  5. I can’t even remember how I happened to come upon the newsletter, but I have been reading it daily (when I am home) for years.

  6. I found the information pertaining to this website in my RV dealership package upon purchase, along with all the other necessary booklets and information.

  7. RV travel is one of my regular reads of the day. Weekdays too. It is the only way to find honest answers about what the whole RV world is doing.

  8. I get the emails, but I generally have to search for them from my provider, AOL. I suspect my browser, Silk, doesn’t get along with AOL.

  9. I find it interesting that so many people missed the “this issue” part of the poll question and Chuck missed the “April Fool” part of the GMC shower story. I’ll admit I’m likely to just skim or mis-read things too. Maybe it’s just our age . . .

  10. Stumbled on it 17 years ago when I first started looking for rving info on fulltiming. Learned a lot in the next 5 years as we planned our fulltime adventure & then started fulltiming in 2010. With 12 years of fulltiming under our belt, our learning curve has flattened out, but I still enjoy reading the newsletters every day & still learn a few new things.

  11. It has been so long since I subscribed, I barely remember. Think I heard about it at a rv show in Seattle.

  12. I’m a proud Canadian subscriber of rvtravel.com for the past 3 years. Great news, ideas, articles, with the most current information for lovers of camping it glamping travel. Can’t wait to get on the road again.

  13. I was listening to a podcast and they were talking about.. I enjoyed your podcast and i havent seen it in awhile.. Is it coming back or is gone or am i just missing it?
    Timothy Johnson

  14. This issue was by an email, which I selected for your poll. But you should have a poll of how we first found out about RVTravel.com. We had been tent camping for 30yrs before buying out 1st TT in 2008. It wasn’t until 2016 when we 1st purchased a MH that a friend told us about your site, & have been reading it every week since. I try to tell people about your site & hope they start reading, because you give us a lot of valuable information. I wish someone had told us about your site before we bought our 1st MH. We made a lot of mistakes at the dealership that you have pointed out to other RV buyers. Keep up the good work.

  15. I didn’t vote because I honestly don’t remember how I first read RV Travel. It was back around 2001 when it was brand new. I’d love to see one of those old issues again!

  16. I can’t remember, got an RV in 2007. Have camped since the late 50s. used a tent up till about 1975 then a camper with a motorcycle. After 2007 in a Winnebago Rialta. Tent camped with a motorcycle 1960 solo till I got married than two up. I enjoyed Chuck Woodberry’s editorials, they were much like I traveled the back roads, with no destination in mind. When traveling if you use hotels or motels seems all you see is them.

  17. I don’t remember exactly how I came about RVTravel.com….it’s been so many years.
    Keep up the good work.

  18. As a paying contributor, I get a daily email. This is the first thing I read every day! The polls and ” ask dave” makes my morning coffee complete. Best money I ever spent!

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