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Blake SeufertMaker@blakeseufert · Founder, iNewsletter and more
Hi fellow hunters! If you've ever read a school newsletters you'll know they typically suck. They're usually a dusty old PDF that used to be printed and sent home in the 90's. The school newsletter needs an upgrade. Schools need better connections with their parent community and the newsletter is a place to celebrate and expose the great things any school is doing. So, we created a simple online platform for building and publishing beautiful, easy to create online newsletters. iNewsletter automatically reformats for mobile phones, provides actionable statistics on each newsletter and puts the photos front and center. The result is a quick to publish, easy to read newsletter that has parents excited for the next one. Check out some examples of the hundred of organisations already signed up : Thanks for the love!
David Kampmann@mrkampmann · Brand and Social Media Consultant
This is a great idea. One that I know many of the schools I work with would enjoy. Not a fan of having to enter all my info to get a quote. Shouldn't it be easy to lay it out there, number of students = $$$? And does that price equal unlimited newsletters?
Blake SeufertMaker@blakeseufert · Founder, iNewsletter and more
@mrkampmann Thanks David. We're working on streamlining the quote system. The quoted price in unlimited newsletters!
Anand Patel@anandp29 · Co-Founder, InterviewDrill
Can they be used for non-school related industries? Seems like it's pretty flexible for usage
Blake SeufertMaker@blakeseufert · Founder, iNewsletter and more
@anandp29 yep! We have a law firms, shopping centres and more using it already. We see it as uniquely suited for real estate too with lots of photos of properties. What did you have in mind?
Anand Patel@anandp29 · Co-Founder, InterviewDrill
@blakeseufert Wasn't sure where the use case would be yet but wanted to see if it is something to keep in mind