TinyLetter allows you design your own newsletter with their free and easy to use interface.
When you arrive at the site you can check out the main page to learn more about TinyLetter. You can also learn more on their About page. What I like is that it allows you to connect with a smaller base of people, whether they’re fans, friends, or family without having to navigate through a lot of business features you may not need or use.
Just click the Sign Up Free button to register. It whisks you to a form where you’ll input your e-mail address, and then create a username and password. After that click the read Sign Up button and you’ll be automatically logged in (although you do need to confirm your e-mail address) but you can click the x on the banner to make it go away to setup your profile details. When you do confirm your address, you’ll click the link in your e-mail and then enter the Captcha to prove you’re a human on the webpage you’re sent to.
Once you’ve verified, you can compose your first newsletter which will in turn walk you through how to use the site. The first option it will offer you is to connect to Twitter, I chose the No Thanks option to get started. You’ll be on the Compose interface now. It probably reminds you of composing an e-mail when you first look at it! That’s what makes it so easy to use.
Another feature I really like is that you can preview your newsletter, save drafts, keep it private, or make it public. Along the left of the page you’ll find a menu you that lets you check your Sent messages, Replies, Drafts, and even Design your Subscription options!
I think you’ll really love TinyLetter for all your newsletter needs. Go check it out today!