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Alex MacCawHunterHiring@maccaw · Founder of Clearbit
Thanks! Absolutely - we've found email marketing incredibly important. SubHub was a side-project I've been working on for some time, and I'm using it myself for some blogs (like's - As you say, finding enough time to do everything can be a struggle, and while my focus is on, I thought SubHub too useful not to release.
Alex MacCawHunterHiring@maccaw · Founder of Clearbit
Excited to release SubHub! We make it really simple to add an email newsletter to your blog. Whenever you publish a post, we'll make sure it gets emailed to everyone. Integration is simple with one line of JavaScript or, if you want to customize the experience completely, you can use our REST API. * REST & JavaScript API * RSS & Atom support * Export emails anytime * Mobile optimized emails
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Alex shared this with me a few days ago. Very slick implementation and cool name. Building an email list is incredibly important for any serious blogger. You might write a post that hits the front page of HN, receiving 20k visitors but they're very unlikely to ever come back unless you can re-engage them via email or something else. @mijustin, @adii, and @nathanbarry will back me up on this. :) @maccaw - you recently launched ( How are you splitting your time between all your projects? What's your goal with SubHub?
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@maccaw - I know there's demand just for the simple, slider prompt to collect email addresses. In fact, as I mentioned over DM, I prefer to manually send a more personal email to my subscribers once a week. Do you have plans to integrate SubHub with Mailchimp or other services?
Alex MacCawHunterHiring@maccaw · Founder of Clearbit
Definitely could add integration if there's enough call for it, or perhaps just have a way of sending a one-off custom message to subscribers. However, I think SubHub's main use is in automatically sending blog posts, and this will always be the focus. Mailchimp is more useful for non-blog related newsletters.