Adithya Shreshti
Adithya ShreshtiFounder of Knowmad Life | Startuposphere

What are the best drag-and-drop newsletter builders?

I'm looking for a non-code and easy way of creating responsive newsletters, something like the drag-and-drop website builders.
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  1. 62

    Free email template builder for designers and developers

    Yuriy36Marketing Manager @ Ardas · Written is an online drag-n-drop and HTML email editor to design responsive email templates fast without any HTML skills. Our compilation comprises 250+ free HTML email templates in 70+ categories. Stripo is widely integrated with 30+ ESPs and email clients, including Mailchimp, Campaign Monitor, GetResponse, SendGrid, eSputnik, Outlook, Gmail, and others.
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    Ivan Burban
    Ivan Burban10CMO at Stripo · Written
    Ivan Burban made this product
    You should try Stripo (Drag-n-Drop and HTML email template builder). We reduced time for creation email by 60% and improved quality of emails.
    • Anna
      AnnaEmail marketer, copywriter

      In fact, I like it that my colleagues have a shared Stripo account. Convenient when a large number of people need to have access to work on and edit same projects. Would love to embed in my SaaS

    • Nastasiya Burban
      Nastasiya BurbanBusiness Analyst at Sprinkle Group S.A.

      We had a separate person, who has created adaptive emails for our company. Now we don't need it anymore. As a Business Analyst I spent a few hours for creating more than 25 emails. Stripo really decreases expenses.

  2. 53
    Revue 2.0

    The easiest way to create and send a curated newsletter

    Tejas Kinger
    Tejas Kinger20SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc · Written
    Adithya, I'd suggest taking a look at Revue. Revue is also a great way to create and send newsletters.
    James Gallagher
    James GallagherPublicly Traded Person, Founder · Written
    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:
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    Postcards 2

    Create, edit and manage awesome email newsletters 😻

    Anton Mozgovoy
    Anton MozgovoyEx BMO, Founder Finlyt, CTO Humaniq · Written
    Adithya, try this one. Postcards 2 has still a limited number of blocks in their editor, but the quality of the design is awesome!
    Vo Dang
    Vo DangMình là bác sĩ Thú Y cho BV Trung Ương · Written
    So Good ;)
    • Codepad

      Best email generator I've come across. Love this editor, if you want to make something that just looks more premium than what you can generally do in MailChimp (or just don't want your emails to look like everyone else's), Postcards can help with that.

    • Gorgeous! Will buy it for my ActiveCampaign templates asap.

  4. JD Crabtree
    JD CrabtreeYaguara + Huge Dire Straits fan · Written
    Still think Mailchimp is the best in the game on this front, until someone can blow by them on functionality AND combat their friendly pricing for smaller's Mailchimp's world, and we're just sending emails in it.
    Mike Flanagan
    Mike Flanagan4Product Manager · Written
    Mailchimp is one of the best email marketing tools out there, both in terms of functionality and UI.
  5. Delipress is a powerful email builder for Wordpress. A dozen Drag'n'drop components are currently available : title, text, image, spacer, columns, posts, products, separator, button, social icons... And the emails are naturally responsive and compatible.
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    Paid email newsletters made simple

    If your users expect more signal than noise, information over entertainment, then Substack is the way to go.
    Vo Dang
    Vo DangMình là bác sĩ Thú Y cho BV Trung Ương · Written
    Very easy to use
    • Stowe Boyd
      Stowe Boydfuturist, researcher, imperfectionist

      I've hosted on Substack, after experience with Patreon and Steady. A great experience so far, a month in.

  7. 1
    HubSpot for Startups

    Get up to 90% off HubSpot sales and marketing software.

    Veronika Riederle
    Veronika RiederleCo-Founder Demodesk · Written
    HubSpot's email marketing suite automatically integrates with their inbound marketing and CRM suite
    • Will Curran
      Will CurranChief Event Einstein, Endless Events

      I can talk about inbound marketing and Hubspot for days but this is one of the few softwares that does it all. If you're considering this I recommend getting Inbound certified and then when you get the product getting Hubspot certified to learn everything you need to know.

    • Joana Fonseca
      Joana FonsecaHead of Marketing at bugle

      As a marketers I have has the chance to use many different marketing automation platforms for the last 12 years. The evolution is amazing in this time period, but so far, Hubspot has been my favourite marketing automation platform. Super complete, we can manage and report on most digital channels. I am an Inbound and Hubspot fan!

  8. Saketh Rasakatla
    Saketh Rasakatla18Sr. Digital Marketer · Written
    Hi Adithya, With this tool, you can boost your brand’s mindshare with appealing newsletters. ( Email newsletters have moved much beyond being simple weekly text emails. With advanced scheduling features, predefined HTML templates and seamless marketing campaign integration, newsletters can deliver an engaging customer experience and have a direct impact on the bottom-line like never before. Using Agile CRM newsletter feature, you can- - Increase Brand Awareness and Drive Traffic - Educate Prospects and Build Credibility - Drive Repeat Business and Referrals Hope I helped! :)
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    Collaboration Toolkit by Mailjet

    Think Google Docs for email template creation 💌

    Alex. Delivet
    Alex. DelivetFounder at Collect · Written
    Because you can collaborate in real time with your team to create it!!
    • Lauren Meyer
      Lauren MeyerVP of Delivery, Mailjet

      I'm in love with this toolkit! So happy that someone thought to take the power behind Google docs and bake it into an email editor. Thank you, Mailjet!

  10. Camp Olivia
    Camp OliviaLoving cool things in this world! · Written
    If you are looking for drag-and-drop based software for newsletters, then you may try Edraw Max. It is non-code and quite easy to use for graphic design beginners. Also you can find out many graphic design pre-made templates for newsletters and more categories.
    G. NARENDRA BABUSocial Media Specialist. · Written
    This product was having features what he was looking exactly.