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Hey, I'm Scott. A cartoonist working in the Seattle area. I have a free newsletter for my readers and they opt-in to get my comic strip emailed to them for free, I want to set up a paid subscription "how-to-draw" course via newsletter. But if someone joins several weeks in, how can they see the posts that I've made prior to their joining? Any help is appreciated.

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Sarah Spencer
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Hi Scott!

So here's a proposed way to set something up:

Your broadcasts all have an option in the left menu to Share the broadcast. Click that Share button:

Hey, I'm Scott. A cartoonist working in the Seattle area. I have a free newsletter for my readers and they opt-in to get my comic strip emailed to them for free, I want to set up a paid subscription "how-to-draw" course via newsletter. But if someone joins several weeks in, how can they see the posts that I've made prior to their joining? Any help is appreciated.

When you click Share, it will open a new page with your broadcast at it's own url. Like this one, here's one of mine: https://ckarchive.com/b/mvu7h5hd73e335

From here, you can take this URL and put it on a Private page of your website that only your paid newsletter subscribers have access to. Say, Scottsbadasscomics.com/pastissues48 which is just a page with a running list of links to all your past Broadcasts. You'd update this page every time you send a Broadcast with a new comic.

To make it easy for your customers, you can add a link to Scottsbadasscomics.com/pastissues48 in the footer of all your paid newsletters. 

Something like, "Read all the Past Issues of My Badass Comic over at Scottsbadasscomics.com/pastissues48"

I hope this helps! I don't know if there's a way to RSS something more automagically. Maybe there is. Hopefully this helps in the meantime!

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