To Do List
The Stop Junk Mail website has grown somewhat over the years… and so has the to do list.
Become an unincorporated association
This has been on the to-do list for some time. It's an important step in trying to get more people involved with the campaign.
I'm never short of ideas for new content; I'm always short of time. In fact, several pages on the website desperately need to be updated (News, Facts, Manifesto) while others have more or less been abandoned (Features, par exemple). It's in particular the latter section that could do with new content. Having a feature on junk mail and the law or the edited electoral register - to name just two - would be great.
Moving the blogs
The two blogs (this one and Royal Junk Mail) are somewhat separate from the main website at the moment. Integrating the blogs makes sense, in particular because it would make searching for topics via labels quite powerful.
As if the Stop Junk Mail website isn't enough there are two new websites in the making: Return to Sender and Directory Opt-Out. The first is aimed at people who feel the Guide to Stamping Out Junk Mail is too long and boring; the second will replace Junk Buster.
The information on the Stop Junk Mail website is unrivalled. I'm not implying the information is perfect; it's just that I'm not aware of any other website with a similar quantity and quality of information. Interestingly, I'm also not aware of websites that specialise in other types of unsolicited marketing. Whether or not Stop Junk Mail should branch out I'm not sure. It's definitely something I'd need your help with. Do get in touch if you think you can help.