I'm looking for a non-code and easy way of creating responsive newsletters, something like the drag-and-drop website builders.
- Stripo.email 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.
- Adithya, I'd suggest taking a look at Revue. Revue is also a great way to create and send newsletters.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/explore
- 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 teams.....it's Mailchimp's world, and we're just sending emails in it.
- 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.
- Hi Adithya, With this tool, you can boost your brand’s mindshare with appealing newsletters. (https://www.agilecrm.com/send-ne...) 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! :)
- 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.