Tools to build and send a newsletter


You spend valuable time writing blog posts. If your readers like what you've written, why not give them a way to subscribe and stay up-to-date?


If you are looking for a newsletter builder without all the fancy options and tools TinyLetter is the perfect service.


SendInBlue is certainly one of the more affordable email marketing solutions out there, offering a generous free plan to get you started, with 300 emails a day for free.


Revue curates your content from various sources and builds your newsletter, saving you a tonne of time.


MailChimp is a drag and drop newsletter builder offering one of the most generous free plans in the industry.

Good Email Copy

Good Email Copy by Front isn't exactly a newsletter client, however, for when you inevitably build up an email list, here's a great directory of email copy from companies like Slack, Pinterest, Trello and some other big names.


Buying a product or simply joining a mailing list should be a breeze for your customers.


Flashissue is a super easy to use drag and drop Email Marketing tool for Gmail.


Publishing made simple. Publish to email and the web from one place. It’s a newsletter, but better – and you can charge for it. You have a trusted relationship with your readers. With Substack, you own your mailing list and content.


Connect with your audience. Make a living doing work you love. Email marketing software the way it should be. Grow your audience with sign up forms and landing pages. The writing and editing experience of email marketing can be a sticky point for many creators. Whether you’re creating a one-off broadcast or an automated sequence, ConvertKit helps make that writing process smooth, clean, and quick. Marketing automation can be hard to wrap your brain around, but with ConvertKit, it’s easy. We’ve created simple but powerful automations that do the tedious work for you to send well-timed and targeted content to your subscribers.