If you're like me, you may have jumped on the let me integrate Revue with my Twitter to better surface my newsletter train.
Got my newsletter issues imported into @revue. I had to see what the import looked like for Substack so that I could import the issues from a currently unsupported platform. All done.
Now I just need to get my Revue account approved. Come by and say hi! newsletter.iamdeveloper.com04:00 AM - 14 Oct 2021
Using Revue has helped increase my readership, but unfortunately it looks they are phasing it out at the end of the year, so I started exporting my subscribers yesterday.
I'm moving my newsletter off of Revue as I don't feel confident the feature will remain on Twitter. So I've decided to go back to @buttondown. I'm in the middle of getting subscribers back on over there.
If you're interested in subscribing head on over to newsletter.iamdeveloper.com21:58 PM - 09 Nov 2022
I decided to go back to buttondown.email which is what I was using before I was trying out Substack, then Revue.
If you're currently using Revue, I advise to do the same. If you do, where do you plan to move your newsletter to? If you're not sure where, there are a bunch of great suggestions in this thread.
I’m wondering what they’ll do with Revue newsletters. Should I be exporting my subscriber list ASAP? Maybe I should go back to Substack or Buttondown. I know some others use the Hashnode newsletter feature.
What are you all using for your newsletter?13:32 PM - 06 Nov 2022