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Introducing Merge by MailChimp

If you’re a frequent Google Drive user, you may have noticed they recently launched add-ons for Google Docs and Sheets. You may have also noticed a familiar logo in the add-ons store. Merge lets you send to a small list of emails directly from Google Docs and Sheets. It’s built and supported by MailChimp, but you …

MailChimp’s Integration Fund: Nearly $3M Paid, $1M More Pledged

When we originally launched our integration fund in November of 2010, we pledged $1 million to provide developers with funding assistance to build integrations on our email platform. The fund speaks to our business philosophy—namely, that’s it’s wise to start small, fund yourself with paying projects, and build up a strong API. Especially if you’re a …

New HootSuite Integration With Customer Search and More

We launched our first HootSuite integration in April 2012. Since then, we’ve gotten some great feedback from the 15,000+ businesses that use it. Today, we’re excited to launch a completely new and improved integration that lets you easily search your MailChimp list from within your Twitter or Facebook streams in HootSuite. Now, if you come …

Attentive.ly’s Micro-Targeted Campaigns

Ever since businesses and organizations started using Facebook and Twitter, there’s been an ongoing debate about the roles of email and social. As social channels change and tweak their algorithms, some businesses are noticing that, more than ever, email gives them a powerful and consistent link with their audience. Even so, you won’t hear us talking …

New MailChimp Integration From Batchbook

Our friends at Batchblue recently released an updated integration between MailChimp and their Social CRM product, Batchbook. We’re big fans of Batchbook here at MailChimp because it’s a CRM designed to help you get to know your customers better as humans, so you can build meaningful relationships with them rather than just "blasting" marketing messages …