Making life easier with integrations

Hey there!Another month passed by and it's time for our monthly update! 🎉Are you looking for some ins
Making life easier with integrations
By Revue • Issue #14
Hey there!
Another month passed by and it’s time for our monthly update! 🎉
Are you looking for some inspiration on what to write about? We heard from some people that getting started is actually the hardest part, but once they made the first step, it became much easier over time! Well, we got you covered on that one with an article that can give you some ideas on what you can write about
While we were at it we also wrote an article about all services we integrated. Trying to make life easier one integration at a time. 👊
Beside that, there are some cool new updates you need to know about and our awesome product researcher Nikky was kind enough to share with us some of her favorite newsletters on Revue!
Martijn

Articles from the past month
What should you write about?
Or maybe you shouldn’t just “write”. Many people are trying to figure out what to write about when it comes to your newsletter.
Integrations on Revue
What can you connect to your profile? What cool integrations are there on Revue?
Email: The Perennial Underdog Of The Digital Era
Some think that email is dying, others consider it an absolute necessity and some are convinced that the landscape of email as we know it will change dramatically by becoming that much more relevant.
So what's new on Revue?
Have you already tried to just drag and drop items from your sidebar to your newsletter? Putting your digest together is even easier now!!
  • Another feature that is finally up and running is the option to invite people from your gmail contact list to subscribe to your newsletter. That might be a great idea especially if you’re new to sending out newsletters and you want to jump start your subscribers list. 
  • Next to Twitter and Facebook, you can now also publish your newsletter to Medium with a click of a button.
  • This month we launched our referral system. Now, if you recommend Revue to a friend and they create an account on Revue, we increase your subscriber limit with 50 more people for free! Awesome, right?
  • Finally, you’ve probably already found out via our Twitter or Facebook pages that we have a fresh new design on our website. In case you haven’t checked it out yet, take a look.
Get your thoughts into people's inboxes
Get your thoughts into people's inboxes
Our favorite newsletters from the past month
This month we asked our product researcher Nikky to tell us about some of her favorite newsletters on Revue. 😊
As a lean startup geek, this Revue updates me about all lean startup topics and events in the Netherlands. Gotta stay on my A game! 😉
Dutch Lean Startup Circle
Covering all lean startup topics and events in the Netherlands.
Gerd is just a fascinating person who has a lot of valuable things to share with the rest of us. That’s why I never miss his issues! 
From Tomorrow to Today: Futurist Gerd Leonhard's News and Links
Futurist and Humanist. Global Keynote Speaker. Author. Film-Maker. CEO of The Futures Agency. Zürich / Switzerland. My focus is on the future of humanity, and my new book on “Technology versus humanity” is available now: http://t.co/99XuSFoZvD
I Like Ross Chapman. His credo is: There’s no point in doing great design if you don’t bring people along the process with you. Which I, as a product researcher, can’t agree more with of course! 
Ross Chapman
A weekly collection of UX design, eCommerce and Coolness from Ross Chapman @skysoclear
I couldn’t bring myself to mention only 3 of my favorite newsletters! Ewoud’s such an amazing growth hacker who is building 4 companies at the same time while traveling. Can I be like him please? 🙂
#1 EJAU growth newsletter - Thai humidity
A bi-weekly update with on online growth, digital marketing and conversion optimisation. I’m building 4 online companies with a remote team while travelling.
Tips and Tricks - Custom Domain
Have you ever thought of setting up your own custom domain? Do you know what it actually is? Well, we wrote a piece to help you out with that! 
Basically, having a custom domain is an additional way to further extend your branding and have a domain name that is more “user friendly”. It gives your newsletter a more personal touch! 
How to set up a custom domain on Revue
You might have heard people talking about setting up a custom domain. You probably wondered at some point if you should do this, what’s so…


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