[Post credit: FriedBeef.com] Even if you never publish your email address online, you can still receive spam because you use this email address to sign up for various newsletters or membership-only services. One of the methods to avoid that I’ve been using so far was to keep a separate free email account for all sign-ups. But this way you can miss some important alerts from the service you have registered with.
An excellent post “How To Sign Up And Avoid Email Spam” offers a geekier approach to registering online and I thought it should definitely be shared with my readers.
And here is another great free no-registration service for that: Mailinator.com that creates temporal account for you to check the site you are going to sign up.
Post image: “hooray, no spam here!“