You’ve come so far, so let’s talk about whether or not you’re making the right choice. To Revue or not to Revue, that is the question! 

When signing up for a newsletter service tool, you must consider a few important points in advance. Such as: 

  1. The purpose of the email newsletter
    (Do you use it to share content and information, or to drive sales for your business?) 

  2. The importance of content
    (Is my content more important than the way it looks?) 

  3. The time you want to spend on creating a newsletter
    (Is it your full-time job or just a side project?)

Are you are looking for a tool to share content that takes all the difficulties out of authoring and distributing newsletters and makes it possible to send an issue within the time frame of heating a pizza? A tool that makes you focus on the content, while we make sure your newsletter looks good? Then you should definitely give Revue a try! 

With Revue:
You don’t have to worry about HTML and CSS coding of your newsletters
You can focus on creation
You can create beautiful issues quickly and effortlessly
You are joining a community of awesome curators
You can easily pull content from other sources (Pocket, Instagram, Twitter, etc.)
You can build your own community of engaged readers
You can reach your audience better by tracking recurring engagement

You can become an even better writer by learning what your readers respond to

Revue is not a marketing email tool like MailChimp — our focus is on curation and elegant, simple design.

We believe in ease of use, therefore we don’t offer the possibility to upload HTML templates, nor do we offer loads of customization options in our free plan. But we make sure you retain control over your list and content. You can send from your own domain, and smoothly integrate with your own website and other external tools thanks to our API.

If you’re still on the fence, we recommend taking a look around the product. It’s free and easy to sign up, and you can get started building your first newsletter today. Welcome to the Revue community!

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