Posted by John on Jul 24, 2014
Update, 8/1/14: According to the recently passed CASL, purchased lists are illegal in Canada. While they’re still technically legal in the US, they’re at odds with MailChimp’s acceptable use policy. Which means if you use them, we will shut down your account. — As a permission-based email marketing service provider, MailChimp doesn’t allow our users to send to …
Posted by Ben on Jan 6, 2012
We get a lot of tweets from scantily clad fembots that try to make us click malicious links, so we built an app to deal with that.
Posted by Ben on Jul 18, 2011
When you go to change your MailChimp account’s password, you’ll notice a new "strong password" feature we’re rolling out in v6.1:
Posted by Ben on Oct 13, 2010
We’ve been experimenting with crowdsourcing the review of outgoing campaigns from MailChimp’s servers. Within the first 3 days, after sending roughly 7,000 email campaigns over to be reviewed, we ended up with some unexpected, yet fascinating results.
Posted by Ben on Sep 1, 2010
Email is evolving faster than ever (thanks to changing social and mobile behaviors of recipients and senders), and MailChimp is adapting and innovating along with it. Even in the very un-sexy area of bounce management.