Revue is a newsletter service that helps you quickly share your personal newsletter enriched by text, links, and images we find and like online. It is the kind of service designed for social media managers, curators, influencers, individuals or small companies that need to rely entirely on their online presence. The service is a very cute, inexpensive and cool solution to tell the audience what we are interested in communicating and sharing, simplifying the newsletter creation going straight to the point.
Revue helps maintain your email digest effortlessly: the first thing to do is sign up with a social media account (Facebook, Twitter or Google). Then you can connect your account even to Instagram, Google+, Pocket, Product Hunt, Instapaper, Medium, and RSS feeds. As soon as you connect your social media, Revue emits a list of links from each one: you can browse through your contents and add them to your personal newsletter. You need to add content to your newsletter from a web page you’re browsing? The Chrome Extension makes it straightforward.
All you have to do is drag and drop your contents in the bare bone editor, which it is more similar to a compose tool: it lets you choose a layout, main colors, edit the title, the description and the link for each element. It’s easy to add links, text forms and images using the corresponding buttons. If you need to encompass content from the pages you’re visiting, you can use the Add to digest bookmarklet.
As you can easily imagine, the Revue editor is quite stripped-down: customization options are limited, but nonetheless finished newsletters sport an attractive, modern and neat design. With a few simple steps you can achieve a really cool outcome, and you don’t even have to worry about HTML or bulky WYSIWYG editors. That’s the best Revue point: it’s suitable even for novice users who can focus on content quality.
Before spreading your contents into the internet, you have to setup your subscriber’s lists: you can import them from CSV and TXT file or your MailChimp account. You can also add subscribers manually or invite your friends through a Revue link. Do you need to grow your audience and find readers? Add Revue subscription form to your website thanks to the WordPress plugin. You can also take advantage of Revue Twitter lead generation cards: people will be able to subscribe to your newsletter straight from Twitter.
Revue stats are stripped-down too and easy to understand: the service offers an overview for every sent newsletter with click rate, open rate, unsubscribe rate, reposted and most popular links. You can compare stats among each newsletter to better improve your contents.
Do you need to get inspired? Take a look at the Gallery Revue page: you can browse the hottest newsletters, arranged by topics, Revue thinks are worth sign up for.
Talking about money, Revue offers a free forever plan for 1 user with up to 200 subscribers. If you need more, there’s a $5/month Pro plan for 1 user with up to 1,500 subscribers, custom logo, custom colors, and domain.
A Team plan for unlimited users with up to 10,000 subscribers, custom colors, custom logo, and domain is available for $25/month.
Revue is the simplest tool to design beautiful newsletters quickly, whether you are a skilled blogger, a newbie marketer or an influencer with some subscribers.
|Usability: 8.5 /10||Speed: 8 /10||Features: 7.5 /10||Support: 7.5 /10||Pricing: 9 /10|