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How to Follow Our Blog

In order to received instant Symphony of the Redwoods updates in your email, you must first register an account with WordPress and choose to follow our blog. Having a WordPress account will allow you to receive notifications every time we have a new post, and you will be able to contribute to our comment sections. The entire process should take about 5-10 minutes. You do not need to fully create a blog in order to follow us.

Step 1:

Go to www.wordpress.com and click “Create Blog”

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Step 2:

Select the “Free” plan. This will allow you to follow any blog on WordPress, as well as give you the option to build your own site.

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Step 3:

Enter the email address where you wish to receive Symphony of the Redwoods blog updates, then enter a username and password for your new account. After you click “Create My Account”, it will take you to a page to enter your site name. You do not need to complete that step.

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Step 4:

Once you have submitted your email and username, check your email for a message from WordPress asking you to verify your email and to click a link to activate your account. That link will take you back to the http://www.wordpress.com homepage.

Step 5:

Once you are back at the WordPress homepage, click “Log In” in the top right corner.

Step 6:

Enter the email and password for the account you just created.

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Step 7:

Once you are logged in, visit the Symphony of the Redwoods blog and click the blue “Follow” button to subscribe and receive our updates.

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