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Mailtrain

Self hosted newsletter app (Mailchimp clone)

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Really Good Emails

A large collection of good product email design.

Really Good Emails (RGE for short) aims to be the best showcase of email design and resources on the web. This 3,300+ handpicked collection is powered by community submissions and our own obsessive drive to find the best email examples out there.

Ayush Mittal- bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌
This is crazy good and an absolutely intensive resource for email templates across different verticals.
Shantanu Raghav- Product Guy @Mobiefit
Great source of emails examples and email designs, well categorised with neat examples.
Gaurav Agrawal- Coder, Thinker, Curious observer
This is not newsletter service but if you are planning to use one, you might wanna check this because it contains a collection of some awesome examples.
SparkPost
We're accepting submissions for the 2017 Sparky Awards! Join us for this exciting email event and you could win $1000 to a conference of your choice. We've gathered four great use cases that highlight how an interactive email can bring more web-like functionality into an email message.
Phrasee
Really good emails is a grassroots collective of email marketing's best minds showcasing the email industry's most exciting work, innovations and developments. Founder Matthew Smith started the project in 2014 as a simple website displaying some of his favourite emails.
Medium
Email, like Winona Ryder, was born in 1971. And both are currently enjoying a midlife revival of sorts. Sure, email doesn't have a hit Netflix show, but its continued evolution could end up turning the marketing world upside down. (Sorry, we couldn't resist.)
16 Alternatives to Really Good Emails

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

MailerLite

Build beautiful email newsletters with drag-and-drop editor

Paraj Mathur- Co-founder, CEO @ SimplyStow
I started my personal newsletter with them and I like it so far. Its not perfect, but customer service is extremely prompt and I like the drag and drop feature since its pretty comprehensive and pretty.
Sorin Amzu- Online Performance Manager at Evonomix
Great simple automation, free up to 1.000 subscribers, popups and landing page creator included.
Ben Tossell- Co-Founder, Token Daily
You could try this drag and drop editor
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