Advisorator is a new kind of tech advice service from journalist Jared Newman. Every two weeks, you'll receive an email newsletter full of tips, insights, and deals. Avoid the noise of websites and social media, and get the know-how that really matters on phones, computers, smart homes, voice assistants, apps, and more.
Your subscription also includes access to a biweekly chat where you can ask tech questions and get quick answers. Troubleshoot your phone, figure out which laptop to buy, get help on picking a wireless carrier, or come up with a personalized cord-cutting plan. Can't make the chat? Just sent your questions by email. With a decade of experience writing about consumer technology, Jared is ready to help.
Advisorator runs on paid memberships, with no ads, sponsorships, or other distractions. Check out a free sample or two, then choose a subscription plan below. All plans include a 28-day trial, so your first two newsletters and chat sessions are free.
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I'm a professional journalist who's been covering consumer technology since 2008. I contribute regularly to PCWorld, TechHive, and Fast Company, and have written for Time.com, the New York Times, Macworld, Popular Mechanics, and Rolling Stone. My free newsletter on streaming video and over-the-air television, Cord Cutter Weekly, has more than 12,000 subscribers.
Every two weeks, typically on Monday mornings but subject to change due to holidays and special circumstances.
With each newsletter, I'll provide a web link to the upcoming chat session, along with the date and time that I'll be there. You can also opt in to receive an email notification shortly before the session begins. Each chat lasts for about an hour, but I'll stick around longer if there's enough demand.
Email me with some times and dates that fit your schedule, and I'll do my best to accommodate you in future sessions. You can also send your questions directly via email, and I'll try to respond as soon as I can.
Just email me your request by clicking the "cancel" link at the bottom of the newsletter; I'll personally turn off your subscription and ensure no further charges to your card.
Each newsletter will have a web link so you can add it to reading list services such Pocket or zoom in on the text. I have no plans for a freestanding website at this time.
I keep track of how many subscribers open my emails and click on links, because this helps me figure out which topics readers value most. I will never sell access to your email address or other personal data, and because Stripe processes your payments securely, it's impossible for me to even look at your full credit card details. Also, this website does not use any tracking cookies, because that would be silly.