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Mailtrain

Self hosted newsletter app (Mailchimp clone)

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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.

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Shantanu Raghav
Shantanu Raghav- Product Guy @Mobiefit
Great source of emails examples and email designs, well categorised with neat examples.
Gaurav Agrawal
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.
Matt Helbig
Matt Helbig- Digitas + RGE
Highly curated bi-weekly newsletter about email marketing and design.
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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.)
27 Alternatives to Really Good Emails

The easiest way to create and send a curated newsletter

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Bas Grasmayer
Bas Grasmayer- MUSIC x TECH x FUTURE
I use this to stay connected to my network and keep them up to date about what I'm doing. Super easy to use, which helps you over the barrier of starting a newsletter in the first place. Now have about 1500 people following the list -- and managed to maintain an open rate of nearly 50% after more than a year.
Rich Peterson
Rich Peterson- Business Process Consultant 🚀
Closest I've seen as a LinkyDink alternative.
James Gallagher
James Gallagher- Publicly Traded Person, Founder
I tried out Revue earlier this year and was amazed by the ease of use of the product. Revue is a great way to create and send newsletters, and provides all of the features that you need - ranging from paid newsletters to a wide range of integrations to connect the content that matters. You can see some of their bigger customers here: https://www.getrevue.co/… See more
21 Alternatives to Revue 2.0

Build beautiful email newsletters with drag-and-drop editor

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George Kollias
George Kollias
Have tried most solutions and I believe MailerLite's builder and templates are currently the best out there.
Gabriel Theodoropoulos
Gabriel Theodoropoulos- A fellow iOS & macOS Swift developer
I personally find it really cool. Lots of features, so easy to use it, many options to create a professional result, and more. It worths looking into it and see what it can offer to you.
Aja Ferrell
Aja Ferrell- I am an EA for Grant Business Solutions
It offers a whole more on the free plan than mailchimp as well as more free subscribers.
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