Ludovic Bostral
Ludovic BostralCTO at Majelan

What are the best tools to build easily a newsletter?

I look for some easy-to-use tools with minimum code, basically using feed or other sources
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    Revue

    Easily create an engaging, gorgeous, weekly digest

    Tejas Kinger
    Tejas KingerPMM @ Plum | Prev. @ Freshworks Hiver · Written
    Nothing better than Revue to help you build a simple newsletter. :)
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    Stripo

    All-in-one email design platform

    Yuriy
    YuriyMarketing Manager @ Ardas · 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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    Startup Curated

    The best of the week for founders, in one minimal email

    James Gill
    James GillCEO, GoSquared · Written
    Handy integrated solution to building a weekly newsletter – focus on collecting links (they even have a plugin / bookmarklet for this), and Curated does a lot of the hard work of building the newsletter HTML, forms, etc for you.
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    SendPulse

    Increase newsletter open rate with artificial intelligence.

    Easy-to-use service with drag-and-drop editor and responsive system, all templates have smart form fillings if your newsletter requires personalization. And there are free email templates - you can use them as well.
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    GoodBits

    Build great email newsletters in minutes

    Kalvir Sandhu
    Kalvir SandhuFounder, Goodbits.io · Written
    Kalvir Sandhu made this product
    Make sure to take a look Goodbits, it's latest refresh with the addition of HTML export supporting multiple sending options makes it flexible to work with teams existing marketing automation setup. It supports custom template components, allowing to still save links with a chrome extension and then drag n drop to build.
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