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integrations


Managing Recurring Payments

Now I Know, Dan Lewis’ popular daily newsletter, drops a factoid into 116,000 inboxes every morning. The main newsletter is free, but Lewis offers an additional weekly newsletter for readers who chip in $5 a month. His weekly newsletter engages a smaller, more specialized audience of superfans, and in turn, their support allows him to keep the whole operation running. Lewis isn’t the only MailChimp …

Speaking to Subscribers in Their Own Language

As MailChimp’s user base expands, more and more often we find that our customers need to communicate with subscribers all over the world. We know that sending targeted content to your subscribers is the best way to drive engagement, but how do you do that when you’re sending to people who speak different languages? Well, here’s one …

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 …

AlterEgo Integrations for Easy Authentication

It feels like almost every day you see someone’s email or social network account getting hacked and sending spammy messages. Many of these services are now offering two-factor authentication to lower that risk. As you might know, we created AlterEgo to offer that service for MailChimp accounts, and developers can also use it to create …

How Gmail’s New Inbox Actions Work with MailChimp

If you keep close tabs on your Gmail inbox, you may’ve seen a new option appear with some MailChimp confirmation emails over the last couple days. At this year’s Google I/O, the Gmail team unveiled a cool new feature that presents users with an actionable button without having to open certain emails. Gmail’s new Inbox …