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Watch MailChimp’s Free API Course on Treehouse

A few weeks ago, we released a brand new version of the MailChimp API. It was a pretty drastic departure from previous iterations, rewritten entirely from scratch. And since things were so different, we knew users would have questions about how to perform some of the routine tasks that had become part of their everyday workflows and integrations. One of the important tasks that …

Announcing MailChimp API v3.0

MailChimp’s API has come a long way since its 2007 debut. Two years in, it had nearly 20,000 users. After four years, we were processing 10 million requests per day. Now we handle more than 80 million requests every day from a quarter of a million users. These users are employing the API to subscribe people to …

Sidebar Fills a Design Void With Sharing

Sacha Grief had a problem. "Whenever I wrote tech-oriented blog posts, I would post them to Hacker News to generate traffic and discussion," the French designer—who currently lives in Japan—tells MailChimp. "On the other hand, the design related content didn’t really have a place on its own apart from Twitter." Born out of his frustration was …

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

Update (5/15/15): After pledging $4 million to developers with great ideas, we’ve discontinued our integration fund. To learn more about the 750+ web services that connect with MailChimp, visit our Integrations Directory. — When we originally launched our integration fund in November of 2010, we pledged $1 million to provide developers with funding assistance to build …