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Nikki McDonald
BetterPhoto Member Since: 11/6/2006
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Nice tweak - POTD announcement


Has anyone else who gets the BP e-mails about the POTD's there noticed whoever is preparing them for send-out has started adding
something that is in some way relevant to the specific photo in the
announcement? Kind of fun! I looked back, and they've only been doing this for about a week to 10 days. The award has always been
prestigious, but this makes it a little more special, IMO.

If you've missed them, here are a few examples:

cat portrait – “Check out this cute critter”

red and white refraction EoD – “visually striking”

pier in fog – “I love long exposure photos where the waves render as mystical fog.”

five pups in a wagon – “We have a winner – 5 winners in fact! And aren't they the cutest? I hope you have a PAWsome Tuesday! ;-)”

fisherman casting net at sunset – “Catch today's outstanding photo! This one's a keeper. “



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4/4/2018 9:50:26 AM

 
Usman M. Bajwa
BetterPhoto Member Since: 4/11/2006
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  Very much, Nikki, I love it. The PAWsome was AWESOME ;)
Kudos to BP.

PS: for those of us who are not receiving POTD emails from BP might want to try the link below to register, I hope it works.

http://www.betterphoto.com/how-to-whitelist-emails.asp

and

https://www.whatcounts.com/how-to-whitelist-emails/


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4/4/2018 8:37:56 PM

 
Michele Peterson
BetterPhoto Member Since: 4/2/2010
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  I agree, the personalized POTD comments have been really nice!


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4/4/2018 9:03:31 PM

 
Cary Rogers
BetterPhoto Member Since: 8/30/2006
  I'd noticed the personalized comments on the POTD email. POTD #4848 even had a comment from Jim Miotke about when he'd stayed overnight in a room in a building visible in the photo.


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4/28/2018 4:18:31 PM

 
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