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What is the best app for making newsletters?

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    Revue

    Easily create an engaging, gorgeous, weekly digest

    Ryan Hoover
    Ryan Hoover82Founder, Product Hunt Β· Written
    There are sooo many tools out there and the right answer really depends on your use case. I recently rebooted my personal newsletter using Revue. It's much cheaper than MailChimp (which I also love) and other alternatives and built for people like myself that don't want to fiddle too much with styling, creating a signup landing page, etc.
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    Amrith Shanbhag
    Amrith Shanbhag6Community at Product Hunt & Feathrd Β· Written
    Easier than Mailchimp if you're jsut getting started in newsletters :)
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    Jack Dweck
    Jack Dweck20Product Manager at Unroll.Me Β· Written
    Revue is a dead simple way to start sending a newsletter.
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    • Matt Pliszka
      Matt Pliszkaresearching SaaS software @ pickSaaS.com

      Revue focuses on delivering a simple mailing/newslettering software and does it really well, really like the way the app lets you give a personal touch to your emails and set up a direct contact with an audience. And the value-for-money is totally fine πŸ‘

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  2. 53
    Stripo.email

    Free email template builder for designers and developers

    Yuriy
    Yuriy31Marketing Manager @ Ardas Β· Written
    Easy-to-use email builder with designed email templates to save time on routine with rich exporting opportunities to top ESPs
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    Yuriy
    Yuriy31Marketing Manager @ Ardas Β· Written
    Easy-to-use email builder with designed email templates to save time on routine with rich exporting opportunities to top ESPs
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    Ivan Burban
    Ivan Burban9Head of Digital Marketing at Stripo Β· Written
    Ivan Burban made this product
    for making - Stripo.email
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    • 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

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    • 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.

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    GoodBits

    Create newsletters from the best links on the web

    Melissa Monte
    Melissa MonteDirector of Media & Startup Growth Β· Written
    This is a great platform to help curate content into a newsletter quickly, easily, and beautifully.
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  4. Kate
    Kate53Head of Social @ GitHub Β· Written
    If you're looking for a product to do newsletters en masse for business, this is it. MailChimp is a champ and really easy to navigate and use. However, it may get a bit pricey depending on the size of your list if you need it for personal use.
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    David Singer
    David SingerProduct person Β· Written
    It's hard to beat Mailchimp at the moment if you want design/layout control, and tons of integrations. They've done a great job getting everywhere, and almost every system has a Mailchimp plugin. There may be alternatives for the basics, but anything in-between basic and transactional, is Mailchimp.
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  5. 6
    Mailjet

    Send marketing and transactional emails with one account

    Nicolas Moinard
    Nicolas MoinardGrowth Marketer @Mailjet Β· Written
    The only emailing platform to collaborate in real-time on email campaigns πŸ€—
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  6. 3
    Buttondown

    The easiest way to send simple newsletters

    This is not a marketing or CRM solution, it's a newsletter platform. You have limited tools at your disposal which means you can focus on writing. It does nice things like: - checking your links as you type so you'll never send broken links again - markdown support - subscriber tagging It's free up to 1000 subscribers and the pricing is transparent: $5 per 1k subscribers and an optional $29 "pro" plan if you want a custom domain or to remove branding.
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    Phil Hedayatnia
    Phil HedayatniaCo-Founder, SolverIQ Β· Written
    Super simple, beautiful, and free. Plus Justin is super responsive if you need help.
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  7. 2
    MailerLite

    Build beautiful email newsletters with drag-and-drop editor

    Dovile Sinke
    Dovile Sinke21dayhero.com Β· Written
    It's free until 1000 users, has powerful automations and good support!
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    Absolutely love MailerLite - I use it every single day...
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    HubSpot for Startups

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

    Veronika Riederle
    Veronika RiederleCo-Founder Demodesk Β· Written
    Hubspot has a beautiful and easy email marketing tool that automatically syncs with the CRM, sales and marketing suite. When qualifying for the 90% startup discount pricing is absolutely fair.
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    • 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!

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    • 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.

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  9. 1
    Curated

    Grow your audience by sharing truly engaging content weekly

    Saurabh Yadav
    Saurabh YadavInitiator-Enabler Β· Written
    It's a dead simple and clean product. I'm using it for my weekly newsletter.
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  10. 1
    Pushletter

    Create newsletter on Messenger

    Szymon Korytnicki
    Szymon KorytnickiDeveloper, Entrepreneur Β· Written
    Szymon Korytnicki made this product
    - Sends newsletters on Messenger - Better open rates - More engaging content
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  11. 1
    Substack

    Paid email newsletters made simple

    Simple. Great signal to noise ratio for writers and readers.
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    • Stowe Boyd
      Stowe Boydfuturist, researcher, imperfectionist

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

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    Mail Designer 365

    Create powerful, responsive email designs on your Mac

    Adrian Thomas
    Adrian ThomasProduct Manager, equinux AG Β· Written
    Adrian Thomas made this product
    Think Sketch for email newsletters – it's the only native Mac design app out there that will build mobile-responsive email newsletter that work in all clients.
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