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Revue

Easily create an engaging, gorgeous, weekly digest

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Curated

Grow your audience by sharing truly engaging content weekly

Ramy- Founder @ Letterfuel
Not quite as fully featured as Revue, but has a browser plugin as requested, and the newsletters it can produce look great!
Vanessa Colina- UX Designer and Illustrator
Hey Pravil, thank you for the recommendation. I'll try both options and see what works best for us. We're not looking to offer sponsored content, but I like the workflow of adding an item. Thanks!
Pravil
Awesome! Good luck Vanessa :)
6 Alternatives to Curated

Buttondown

The easiest way to send simple newsletters

Buttondown is a simple, powerful tool for building and sending newsletters and emails. I struggled with other tools that were either too complex and expensive or too simple and unwieldy, so I created an alternative: an elegant interface that lets you write and edit quickly while providing all the amenities a modern email app needs.

Taha ahmed khan - Maker at d5Gravity.com
Very simple, they also show various products that they are using to run Buttondown
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Curated

Grow your audience by sharing content (pre-launch)

Tarun Gangwani- Product, dev.twitch.tv
I tried Revue and also some others with more customization (Mailchip, etc.), but I overall think Curated has the right balance of features and ease of use. It also had good pricing.
2 Alternatives to Curated

GoodBits

Create newsletters from the best links on the web

Melissa Monte- Director of Media & Startup Growth
This is a great platform to help curate content into a newsletter quickly, easily, and beautifully.
Melissa Monte- Director of Media & Startup Growth
This is a great email newsletter tool if you don't feel like coming up with all the content yourself. You can send top articles or products similar to Product Hunt emails.
Sam Taylor- Founder @ AUM Studio
Automatically fetches content from popular applications such as Shopify, Instagram, Twitter, Slack and more! Manually gather articles and creates newsletter.
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Vinish GargCo-founder @mystippi @ContentHug
Revue - Easily create an engaging, gorgeous, weekly digest
"Personal newsletters are super engaging and valuable. Revue is by far the easiest way to manage one."

Need a good newsletter service!

Veronica BelmontDestroyer of Worlds (and PM at Disco)
Publicate 2.0 - Create powerful newsletters & weekly web roundups
"Awesome content library with integrations with apps like Slack and Pocket among others. The editor also comes with a nice drag and drop fea… See more
Revue - Easily create an engaging, gorgeous, weekly digest
"The simplest and most minimalistic newsletter service out there. Has plenty of awesome integrations. For personal newsletter especially it'… See more
Curated - Grow your audience by sharing truly engaging content weekly
"Not quite as fully featured as Revue, but has a browser plugin as requested, and the newsletters it can produce look great!"

What's the best newsletter management platform?

Ben LangSpoke
Revue - Easily create an engaging, gorgeous, weekly digest
"Great product. Simply to use"
MailerLite - Build beautiful email newsletters with drag-and-drop editor
"Great simple automation, free up to 1.000 subscribers, popups and landing page creator included."

What is the best app for making newsletters?

scott pentonWeb Designer - SEO
Revue - Easily create an engaging, gorgeous, weekly digest
"There are sooo many tools out there and the right answer really depends on your use case. I recently rebooted my personal newsletter using… See more
GoodBits - Create newsletters from the best links on the web
"This is a great platform to help curate content into a newsletter quickly, easily, and beautifully."
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