You need to have a newsletter. And with nearly every country in the world (Except Bulgaria and Russia, most notably) having legislation designed to curtail spam and control email solicitations, you need a newsletter service. The days of just CC’ing everyone in your inbox, or if you thought you were being horribly savvy (trust me, you weren’t), BCC’ing them are gone. Long long long long gone. Were they ever even here?
The next question is, what service do you use? I use, love, and recommend Mailchimp. It’s great for starting out, easy to use, and who doesn’t love monkeys?
However there are a ton of services out there. And I found this article from PC Magazine, which is fairly recent (from September 2015), listing and comparing many of the great newsletter service providers, so I thought I’d share.
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