Email marketing and newsletters

Here’s a sampling of my email marketing/newsletter work:

Upholstery sale at a retail furniture shop.

Church newsletter for Hope Community Church.

Women’s ministry newsletter. (Mobile-friendly format)

My newsletter app of choice is MailChimp. If you’re using Constant Contact or Mad Mimi, I can also help you; I’ve worked with both of them. But if you’re shopping for your first email service — or don’t like your current provider and are looking for a new one — I highly recommend MailChimp. Setting up a template can be a bit tedious (that’s where I come in to save the day!), but once your template and list is set up, sending couldn’t be simpler. There are also nifty reports that tell you how many are being opened, which addresses are bouncing, and more.

And get this: for up to 2,000 total subscribers and up to 12,000 sends per month, MailChimp is completely free!

Check out MailChimp here. (Note: If I ever bump up to the paid version, I’ll get a “Monkey Reward” for any paid account I’ve referred. But so far, the free version has served me well.)