The Year of Living Authorly Post 10: The 25 Best Email Marketing Newsletter Aps

Right now I am deep in the throes of the fourth draft of The Pawn of Isis. What this basically means is it’s pretty much Pawn of Isis and the podcast and work, although I am looking into newsletters and Facebook groups, and what not. Since I am in the preliminary stages of that research, I can’t write a good post yet on that.

To start, though, here’s a post by Matthew Guay called The 25 Best Email Marketing Newsletter Aps. Looks like a great resource for aspiring email marketers (marketeers?). Most of the buzz I’ve been getting from fellow authors suggests Mail Chimp is great unless you want a drip campaign. (What? You don’t know what a drip campaign is? Okay, I don’t know much either, but I’m learning).

Anyway, go read that, and I’ll get back here with some real content…eventually…after I’ve poked at the Mail Chimp sight. I also plan to hypothesize what might be good content for a newsletter. Or I could just post some words from the new book. We’ll see how it goes.

Back to needing two of me: one to work the job, one to write the books.

Author: Catherine Schaff-Stump

Catherine Schaff-Stump writes fiction for children and young adults. Her most recent book, The Vessel of Ra, is the first book in the Klaereon Scroll series. She is currently working on its sequel, as well as penning the middle grade adventures of Abigail Rath, monster hunter.

1 thought on “The Year of Living Authorly Post 10: The 25 Best Email Marketing Newsletter Aps”

  1. I switched to MailerLite from MailChimp. Some of the features in MailChimp (automations that could do drip campaigns) are free in MailerLite.

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