Once you've decided that you want to do email marketing for your business, you need to decide how you're going to deliver those emails. Here, I get into the 2 most popular options (and why I chose the provider I use) as well as a great baby step option if you're just getting started.





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Written by lyceum
2676 days ago

Martina: Thanks for your input! TinyLetter is a very simple newsletter tool with clean look. I am thinking of testing out MailChimp in the near future.



Written by lyceum
2711 days ago

Martina: Thanks for going through the different email providers out there and how to use them in a smart way. I have signed up for TinyLetter (that is now owned by MailChimp). I am back at the drawing board again, thinking of how I should plan, write and publish my newsletter. I am thinking of including audio files, podcasts. Could you do that, or is it only possible to included a link to a blog post with the podcast embedded?



Written by Martina Iring
2676 days ago

Hey Martin,

If you're doing the automatic blog to email thing, you'd have to go the embed in a post route. But if you're writing your own newsletters from scratch, then you can include any and anything. Hope that helps to answer your question! I've actually never heard of TinyLetter. Do you like them so far?

Cheers and thanks for checking out the post!



Written by bloggerpalooza
2716 days ago

This article is kinda helpful. I hope more and more people will use and follow this article.



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