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What's interesting - Issue #1

I share a lot of stuff across various different channels and I realize it can be overwhelming at time
What's interesting - Issue #1
By Jay Holtslander • Issue #1 • View online
I share a lot of stuff across various different channels and I realize it can be overwhelming at times. I’ve decided to try saving the content up and curating into a weekly newsletter.
So… welcome to the very first of my weekly newsletters.
“What’s interesting” will be a curated weekly newsletter containing things of interest in the areas of tech, marketing, SEO, design, and web design. (Sometimes injected with doses of “haha” and “whoa”.)

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About this newsletter...
This newsletter is built with Revue. Revue let’s you easily save links from your computer or mobile device while you browse and read as easily as you would bookmarking them. Saved links can then be dragged and dropped into a template email for sending out to subscribers. It’s $0 for up to 50 subscribers and then moves into $5+/month plans.
In several ways it’s similar Passle but geared towards email.
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"What's interesting" is a curated weekly newsletter containing things of interest in the areas of tech, marketing, SEO, design, and web design. (Sometimes injected with doses of "haha" and "whoa".)

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