Do you have a business, but you don’t know how to attract more customers? An important thing is having a newsletter. In this case, Revue.

Before I begin, I should probably note that there are a lot of newsletter apps that you might find useful, but since I never knew how to make an impressive newsletter until recently, and I watched tons of tutorials always confusing me, I stick to Revue.

If you work as an assistant and you have your boss always complaining about the look of the weekly newsletters, you should definitely give this one a try. It is simple, and I will introduce to you the main features it has. Then you can judge it on your own.

Why Having a Newsletter Is Essential?

If you have a regular audience, that is good. You can send them a newsletter and you will remind them that you care about their needs. Many retailing stores attract more customers every day, so that is the thing you need to do as well.

You don’t have to provide any services. It is enough being on their screens from time to time, even if it is just for saying hi with a nice message. If you are a newbie and the fear of not creating the right one is present, stay with me until the end while I explain to you how Revue works.

The Deal Behind Revue

To begin with, the main reason why I love Revue is that it is easy to connect all of your accounts. Facebook, Twitter etc. If you have followers, but not as much traffic as you expected, this is the first thing to do. They might not be on your page, but you will be in their inboxes. It sounds a bit creepy, but indeed it has to be.

Anyways, importing your leads is quite easy. You just need a .csv-file or connect directly with MailChimp. You can as well add text, directly import photos from your computer or Instagram account and the best part is you can schedule it! This way, you will not have to make a letter right before you go to bed and post it the next morning.

Martijn de Kuijper and Mohamed El Maslouhi are the founders of this newsletter software. Their motto is “Get your thoughts into people’s inboxes”, so you better start brainstorming.