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Stories, articles, interviews, cool tools, inspiration, resources and reviews covering newsletters, email automation and inbox publishing.

August 11, 2019 in Open Stats

Most Popular Newsletters – 2019 Statistics

Each month, Letterlist adds hundreds thousands of new subscribers across our newsletter collection. These are the most popular... Updated 1st September 2019. Most popular newsletter subscriptions for August 2019 94…
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July 17, 2019 in Interviews

Interview – Svenja Prigge on Posterwomxn

For this issue of the Letterlist interview series, we spoke with Berlin-based designer, Svenja Prigge of The PosterWomxn Letter about womxn in design, her lo-tech newsletter infrastructure, and where the…
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May 6, 2019 in Newsletters

Paul Jarvis – My favourite newsletter is one you’ve never heard of

That’s because it’s a BCC list. It’s from my local farm and gets sent to 20 people who live in the area. It doesn’t even use newsletter software like MailChimp…
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May 6, 2019 in Newsletter Growth

7 Email Newsletters with Amazing Referral Programs

Unlock your inner influencer, impress your friends, get free swag, VIP access, get social status and heaps of kudos. You trust your friends, right? And they trust you? So when…
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April 13, 2019 in Interviews

Behind The Message
Q&A with Dan Levy

As the Editorial Director at Smooch, Dan Levy is the force behind The Message, a fortnightly company newsletter that digs into the way communication technologies (email, messaging, chat, voice) impact…
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September 7, 2017 in Interviews

Dave Pell Interview

Dave Pell is the self-appointed Managing Editor of the Internet. Every morning he distils the day's most interesting news, remixes it with a punchy wit, and delivers it to hundreds of…
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August 7, 2017 in Interviews

Ernie Smith Interview

Twice a week, Ernie Smith sends the latest edition of Tedium to thousands of curious inboxes. The byline, the dull side of the internet resonates with a deep exploration into the fascinating…
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