It’s very simple, casual and cheaper than MailChimp. I like it, but I probably wouldn’t pay for it. It’s essentially one step up from bcc’ing people on Gmail--a slightly more public version of what you’d send to friends and family for updates. At this point, the main things I was looking for were a sign-up form and the ability for people to unsubscribe. I didn’t want to pay for anything, didn’t need segmentation, templates, A/B testing, etc. We just need to notify people of updates and keep them engaged. We'll probably end up moving to MailChimp at some point.
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