Create a newsletter people love and get paid for it, no developer required. Just connect your Stripe account and start sending.

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Thanks for hunting us @bramk! Hi all, we're really excited to be back on ProductHunt to launch the newest addition to our platform Revue: paid newsletters. After years of advertising and click-bait, readers are now eager to pay for great writing. Until now, however, creating a paid newsletter wasn’t for everyone since it required a significant amount of custom coding and configuration. With Revue’s new feature, it is now possible to create a newsletter people love and get paid for it, no developer required. Just connect a Stripe account and start sending. Over the last weeks, an initial 60 existing Revue users have been beta testing the new feature, which is now available to everybody! Let me know if you have any questions or feedback in the comments below! πŸ’Œ
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@mdekuijper Nice move, Martijn. Big fan of what you're doing for indie writers. We have seen some Revue users share their buy me a coffee link with newsletters, so this must be a much-requested feature!
@jijosunny Hey Jijo, thanks! Yeah, I've seen our users using BuyMeACoffee, love it!
Great to see this update for Revue @mdekuijper which I tested when you launched some time back. Given the forthcoming GDPR deadline this May which impacts any of us with business or clients in Europe, is there a page you can refer me to about how you comply and help users of your service creating newsletters on Revue comply. I could not see it when looking in your support area and as I include you in my resources for digital marketing programmes I teach I just need to know if I can continue to include you. Thanks.
@krishnade Hey Kirshna, thanks! We're currently in the process of becoming GDPR compliant and we'll make sure we are before the deadline of May 25. We'll keep you posted!
I have just started to use Revue for Angel Investor Startup Digest ( and love the simplicity and already save 1h+ every week after Techstars converted to Revue. I will follow and see how this initiative spins out and already have one newsletter in my mind that can have a paid potential. Good luck and keep me posted!
@odd_moe Hi Berg, thank you! We're really excited to have partnered with Techstars/StartupDigest and we'll keep improving the platform with them. Make sure to share your feedback with them or us! πŸ™Œ

I haven't used the paid newsletter option but have been a user for a couple of years. I was happy to give up some more flexibility (like you'd find in a general email service provider) for the ability to produce a professional newsletter quickly and manage it easily. Highly recommended.


Easy to us tools help you to pull, publish, and distribute a newsletter


few template options

Congrats @mdekuijper! Big fan of Revue, and paid newsletters seems like a great, and logical, next step. There's so much noise on social media these days, so I've started to use a few selected email newsletters as my go-to for tech and startup related news - I subscribe to a number of not-to-miss curated newsletters, that are created with Revue, like @bramk's own Startup Watching ( I've also been using Revue for over a year to send my startup's monthly updates & related blog posts and articles - it's so easy to use and well designed. And I just started a new weekly newsletter with it - Join Weekly ( (With 9 subscribers so far, I'm not quite ready to to monetize it with paid newsletters yet though πŸ˜„) PS - just discovered the Revue mobile app too, which is super handy for saving content for your newsletter, while on the go. Keep up the great work guys!
@bramk @dan_fennessy Thanks for the kinds words Dan! πŸ‘Š Talk soon

Great newsletter tool for content curation.

Install the chrome extension and start collection links. Then just drag and drop the links to your newsletter.

Happy customer for over a year


Easy to get started with a nice Chrome extension to collect links


Few customizations