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Tool Stack I use to write, curate, grow, and monetize my newsletter

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I used to work for 3+ hours every day on my newsletter before I discovered these tools. Now, I work only 1 hour per day.
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Vidya
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Oct 26, 2021
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Intro - Why these things are entertaining or useful

Expand on it with 2-3 paragraphs.
  1. Use numbers - When paras are two or less than two for each bullet point
  1. Don't use numbers - When paras are extensive
  • First item - Use it to hook the reader
  • Last item - Best one of all of them

Conclusion (Wrap up with one or two paras)

  • Catch the skimmers
  • Reduce bounce
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Notes
  1. NewsletterOS
  1. Refind
  1. Wordtune
  1. Grammarly
  1. Google Docs
  1. Notion
  1. Bookshlf
  1. Stoopinbox
  1. ProductHunt
  1. Twitter
  1. YourStack
  1. Campaign URL Builder
  1. Short.io
  1. FeedLetter
  1. Blogs
  1. Readwise
  1. BetaList
  1. Screely
  1. Quizzes from Google
  1. EmailOctopus
  1. Swapstack
  1. Buy Me A Coffee
  1. Tally
  1. Integromat
  1. FeedHive
  1. Mail Tester
  1. Carrd
  1. Crowd Magnet
  1. Newsletter Crew
Questions I'm answering
  • Tools I use to write, curate, grow, and monetize my newsletter
  • Do you need such an elaborate tool stack when you start your newsletter? May be not. IndieHackers use as simple as Carrd / Landing Page, Substack/Revue, Google Docs, and Unsplash for free images.
  • You'll figure out your own stack when you publish consistently.
  • For example: I started with EmailOctopus but couldn't figure out few things, went to MailerLite because I saw someone else using it but quickly got into problems, and then came back to EmailOctopus and stuck with it ever since. I found their 2k free subs option really useful because it gave me ample time to figure out how I would monetize my newsletter
  • Short description of what each tool does and how I use it in my newsletter. Pictures wherever possible.
  • End with "What does your tool and tech stack look like?" "Which tools are you going to try next from this list?"
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