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Ben LangCommunity @NotionHQ, angel investor

What's the best newsletter management platform?

What do you think is the best platform for managing an email list with a few thousand people.
6 recommended
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    Easily create an engaging, gorgeous, weekly digest

    Ryan HooverFounder of Product Hunt & Weekend Fund ยท Written
    I used to use Mailchimp for my personal email list but it became too costly for a bi-monthly personal newsletter once I reached ~4k subscribers. I recently switched to Revue and love it. It's cheap but also streamlines the newsletter process. The Chrome extension makes it easy to save articles and other things to publish later. You can view and subscribe to my newsletter here. ๐Ÿ’Œ
    ferdinando traversaItalian student who loves technology. ยท Written
    Great product. Simply to use
  2. 5

    Intuitively-designed email marketing and website tools

    Sorin AmzuOnline Performance Manager at Evonomix ยท Written
    Great simple automation, free up to 1.000 subscribers, popups and landing page creator included.
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    Kyle HessFintech Product Manager ยท Written
    I keep trying to find alternatives, but MailChimp is just easy to use. A bit of a cost premium... but probably worth your saved time.
  4. 3

    Free email template builder for designers and developers

    YuriyMarketing Manager @ Ardas ยท Written
    Easy-to-use email builder with designed email templates to save time on routine. It has rich ESP exporting opportunities.
    Ivan BurbanCMO at Saldo Apps ยท Written
    Ivan Burban made this product
    if we talk about the management of the created letter templates, then the editor Stripo is perfect.
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    Mad Mimi
    Mad Mimi is my personal fav. It's cheap, super easy to use, and the customer support is second to none - they'll even design your emails for you!
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    Send newsletters 100x cheaper.

    Lachlan CampbellNYU โ€˜23โ€”Hack Club/Design+JSโ€”they/them ๐ŸŒˆ ยท Written
    Though I haven't used Sendy, I've heard great things about it. It uses Amazon SES to make sending *super* cheap compared to other services.