Build your Newsletter
A quick guide to designing and sending a newsletter, without touching code
Step 1: Choose your tool
This is what powers the NoCode newsletter. An easy-to-use interface, beautiful design out of the box and great integrations make this tool a no-brainer
The gold-standard in newsletter builders comes with a fantastic designer, in-depth statistics and integrates with anything you need. The only downside? It's not cheap
Mailchimp has tons of features and options, so they built the free TinyLetter for those who want a no-frills tool. Start here if you're feeling daunted
Step 2: Sign up your audience
Zapier helps you sign your users up to your newsletter from other platforms. You can connect Webflow forms to signup your users to Mailchimp, for example
GetSiteControl provide a suite of surveys, forms and pop-ups to help you engage with your audience. Perfect if you want to add an exit popup to your blog
Newcomer Tuemilio lets you add a simple email collection and wait-list to your web app. Perfect if you want to validate newsletter interest pre-launch
Step 3: Get a Logo
One of the simplest logo designers out there, with scores of minimalist and modern icons. No sign-up necessary!
They do more than just names - select a few preferences and a randomised logo is generated for you - Doesn't get easier than this!
The big guns - This service isn't cheap, but they'll produce something custom, quick and beautiful - like the NoCode logo!
Step 4: Essential Extras
Good Email Copy
Like the name suggests, this site holds a collection of good email copy to help you write newsletters which entice your readers to open and read every time
Canva lets you create stunning designs, even without any previous skills - Perfect for adding images to your newsletter or advertising it around the web
Pear connects newsletters with advertisers, letting you monetise your audience and earn a living from your letter
Step 5: Launch!
Aidem Network helps you get your initial users by launching your product across various startup directories, PR agencies and more
Product Hunt is the go-to place to launch your product - the site tends to drive thousands of visitors in a day to its sites and is a key part of most launch strategies
Get Beta Testa
Getting people to visit your website is one thing, but knowing how they use it is key. Install this to see which pages your visitors click and the sites they come from