Letterfuel

Grow your audience with a curated newsletter

4.4/5
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Letterfuel is a service that makes it super easy to start a curated newsletter and consistently publish issues.

4 Reviews
 +13 reviews
  • Jim CantoFreedom hunter. Citizen dev. Solopreneur
    Pros: 

    Simple, Fast, Intuitive

    Cons: 

    None

    Simple, fast, and intuitive with a high-value freemium revenue model. This amount of affordable horsepower gets my imagination moving. Thank you. ... P.S.; Looking forward to testing this tool in a mobile browser.

    Jim Canto has used this product for one day.
  • Pros: 

    A marketer's dream to get subscribers quickly!! Gives you a ready to go landing page & can drag & drop content into your newsletter quickly

    Cons: 

    n/a, looking forward to more analytics in the future :)

    As a marketer, newsletters usually take AGES to put together if creating your own content. I've been using Letterfuel for my newsletter FPL Fanatics. Takes an hour of my time a week to simply drag and drop links from the web that subscribers will love. Can start getting subscribers from day 1 as you get a ready-to-go landing page with your newsletter. Highly recommend for time poor content marketers!

    Christina Pashialis has used this product for one month.
  • Pros: 

    simple, fast, easy, awesome

    Cons: 

    still a little limited in functionality

    just tested this out and i gotta say it's pretty awesome. i tried it with several sites that are a pain to parse and it did a great job super fast. only failed on one of my tests. i'm sure they will get better, looking forward to the next release. signup was fast and easy too, very easy to test drive.

    if you are thinking "oh, i'll try it another day when i have time to sign up" -- don't worry jump right in... can test very easily in 5mins.

    Michael Harris has used this product for one day.
  • Andy McIlwainContent & Community @ GoDaddy
    Pros: 

    Super-simple interface. Handy Chrome extension for curating on the fly.

    Cons: 

    None so far.

    I've dabbled with IFTTT, Zapier, manual curation, and RSS imports into traditional email service providers. Nothing's come close to being this easy.

    Andy McIlwain has used this product for one day.