As you might know we are working hard to simplify the creation of great looking newsletters. We’ve started with our bookmarklet and Chrome extension, and we’ve been getting some lovely feedback on what else can be used to collect content.
Now anyone can sign up for Goodbits and start building instant newsletters.
We know how important custom design is. You’ve invested time and your hard-earned money into building your brand, and when you send emails to your customers that brand should be reflected. That’s why we’ve been working to deliver custom MailChimp templates for your Goodbits emails.
When an email open rate of 20% is something to celebrate, then there is plenty of room for improvement. We have all heard the email ‘death knell’ at some point in our careers, and it’s true that using email for personal communication is decreasing. That doesn’t mean that marketing should abandon ship just yet.
People are not only happy to receive a brand’s email in their inbox, they are growing increasingly comfortable with buying from emails as well.
Building newsletters shouldn’t mean learning HTML.
Not long ago we wanted to build a curated list of good reads. When we set to work, it involved a manual process of rounding up the content we wanted to share, lots of copying and pasting between spreadsheets, and then editing in our email service.