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Interestingly, a lot of us believe that we’re rational and “if it matters, I’ll go back to the site on my own.” The data proves otherwise. Here’s a quick example: Back when I used to buy a bunch of stuff on Gilt, I once set up a bunch of filters in my email. My Gilt emails accidentally got filtered away.
A month later, I realized I hadn’t bought anything in a long time, so I went back to look at what had happened. Can you guess where the filtering started?
The point is, if you read this site via RSS, you have an automatic way to stay up-to-date when I post. No matter how important we think something is, automation almost always overcomes human behavior! So if you want to keep reading my newest material, I recommend you switch to another feed reader…or at the very least, subscribe to the newsletter.
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