Quick Look: MailerLite
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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting MailerLite. The developer describes MailerLite as the simplest and easiest to use email marketing tool. Forget complex settings and unnecessary features. Thanks to our drag-and-drop design and content editor anyone can create great looking email newsletters just in a few minutes.

Read on for more information and screenshots!

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Email Design

Email Design

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About the App

Here are the top five features you can expect to see in the latest version:

  • Drag-and-drop design and content editor
  • Subscriber management
  • Industry leading mail servers
  • Real-time reports
  • Facebook integration: Sign-up App and Like buttons

Requirements: Browser
Price: Free
Developer: MailerLite

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  • Only bad thing is, you must buy email credit to send emails. (We wanna free stuff too.)

  • Please consider you start a online social network with tools from builder like ning.com, grou.ps or wall.fm. You spend months attracting members, authoring content and sending news updates to registered interests but your newsletter could use a :POP:!

    So you read about a new start-up with a simple yet provocative interface. You make your first newsletter;

    Click on link for website. See the newsletter.

    When attempt to send 88 members the copy, encounter a redirection to your drafts folder and a flashing notice in red that the newsletter needs statement of ‘connection to recipients’ and necessary before forward to the addresses.

    The notice says in rather four hours the draft review should be considered. I assume the copy would automatically be forwarded .. but it sat for two days in drafts so inquired about it.. my email reply from [email protected] fills a box three times over with simple message..’send now’.

    SO after emptying the duplicate responses to trash.. I sent 88 of my registered members a newsletter. Fifteen minutes later receive triplicate [email protected] email stating my account is suspended for ‘suspected spamming’.

    thus… my New Year’s resolution for 2011.. blogspotting for public considerations about these occurrences, happening more and more with young, energetic and “hip hopers” entrepreneur sites. So few and so small are these accounts, there is time spent intruding on your privacy and content. Thought police…