I send-out a free monthly newsletter for people who just want to get my choices for the best posts of each month. , I thought I’d write a short “The Best…” list sharing some easy and free ways to create your own email newsletter.

Here are my choices for The Best Applications For Creating Free Email Newsletters:

I use Feedblitz for my own monthly newsletter.

TinyLetter.

Letterpop

Nourish is a ” free newsletter service that allows you to convert any RSS feed into an automated email newsletter your readers can subscribe to.”

MailChimp

FlashIssue is a new free tool that lets you easily create email newsletters. Here’s a video about it:

Wix, the popular website-creating tool, has announced a new feature they call Shout Out that lets you send out a newsletter. It appears that you have to first create a website on the site, and I’m not too sure how easy it is to import email addresses, but it’s still clearly something I should add here.

Revue is a new tool for creating email newsletters. It’s only free to use if you don’t have more than 200 subscribers, but it’s not very expensive if you have larger numbers. You can read more about it at TechCruch.

You can easily create simple email newsletters with elink.

Letterfuel is a new tool for creating email newsletters.  It’s only free, however, up to the first 100 subscribers.

Sending Bee lets you create and send email newsletters.

Is Anyone Going To Get Rich Off of Email Newsletters is from The Atlantic.

MuxEmail looks like a good option for creating email newsletters.

Substack lets you create email newsletters. See “SUBSTACK” LOOKS LIKE AN EASY WAY TO CREATE EMAIL NEWSLETTERS.

Underline is a new tool for creating email newsletters.

You may have heard that Twitter bought Revue, where you can create email newsletters.

Google’s R&D division experiments with newsletters powered by Google Drive is from TechCrunch.

beehiiv is a new tool to create email newsletters.

Groupmail lets you create email newsletters.

Feedback is welcome.

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