Alternative products to Elink 2.0 - Curate the Web - Newsletters, Embeds, Web Pages

Elink 2.0 - Curate the Web - Newsletters, Embeds, Web Pages

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8 alternative and related products to Elink 2.0 - Curate the Web - Newsletters, Embeds, Web Pages

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Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I love Refind, because I can follow what and who I like to read, and it also has a community aspect. Feedly used to be my never loved feed reader. I find myself using Refind quite regularly. They have a great feature for "Read soon" and "Read someday," which are beautifully designed. I also signed up for the Writers badge. Refind isn't your typical feed read… See more
Ben Tossell- Co-Founder, Token Daily
Refind also has a plethora of high quality links so worth a look - it's invite only still (i believe).
Max Yakin Bozek- Designer
Refind is great to organise your bookmarks by tags. And also great to discover great new content. Though it still only allows to sign up if you are recommended by an already user. I can send free invitations for anyone who wants to register, just send me a tweet @yakinbozek and I will invite you back.
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Revue 2.0

The easiest way to create and send a curated newsletter

Tejas Kinger- SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc
Revue is a beautiful tool for newsletter creation. The only caveat being, you will have to curate and feed the content manually.
Tejas Kinger- SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc
Try Revue, the easiest way to create email newsletters.
Vinit Agrawal- Co-Founder at Tars (HelloTars.com)
This is not exactly what you are looking for, but it lets you take quick feedback from your subscribers, with a simple thumbs-up or thumbs-down, with an added comment. Once you get a comment/announcement from your subscriber, i think you will have to create another newsletter issue though. And it is super simple to set it up, We tried it in our company and g… See more
15 Alternatives to Revue 2.0

Paid newsletters by Revue

Build a newsletter that pays 💌💰

Create a newsletter people love and get paid for it, no developer required. Just connect your Stripe account and start sending.

TechCrunch
Dutch startup Revue, which is now positioning itself as an "editorial newsletter platform," is adding the option to charge subscribers. This means that newsletters can be monetized directly, rather than relying on sponsorship or ads. The new feature requires signing up for a Stripe account, which you connect to Revue .
Nieman Lab
For people interested in a no-frills way to spin up a new personal newsletter, there are more alternatives to Mailchimp-TinyLetter than ever. Prominent newcomers like U.S. startup Substack or the Netherlands-based Revue have focused on simplifying writing tools and streamlining software for the entire newsletter management process, from writing to sending to… See more
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Capsulelink

Group, save and send links as one

Capsulelink is a simple web application that lets you add multiple links and send or save them as one.

Also, there are private links for registered users.

Private links are only visible to the user who created them.

Links created by anonymous users (users who are not logged in) expire after 48h, while the links of registered users don't expire.

The Practical Dev
With the beginning of this year, I set my new years resolution on shipping/ deploying more products. Even if I am not so satisfied how they ended up, I will ship the end result, and see the engagement I get from users. So to get right on with the topic.
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