I have been searching for a low-cost and quite simple newsletter service for quite some time. All I want is that when someone subscribes to my newsletter, he should be able to confirm it and then after confirmation receive a thank you email allowing some eBook and podcast download.
There is mail chimp, constant contact, but if you are searching for something simpler and better still, free, try tinyletter. It could be the simplest and easiest web service I have ever used. You get a username, a password and get an embed code and well, also accept payments.
If you are searching for an email service, try it. I am sure you won’t regret it. This isn’t a review post though. I just found it so useful, I couldn’t keep myself from writing about it.
*Note: I am learning tiny Letter and today is July 18th 2011. Thank you for your patience.
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