Emails are a very cost-effective way to communicate with your contacts and Minutemailer is very generously priced as a tool. But if you have no budget at all, there is also a way to send newsletters for free.
When you signup to Minutemailer you start with the free account which more or less has the same functionality as the other accounts but that only gives you 100 credits per month to use to send emails.
One email to one contact is 1 credit. So you can send one mail to a hundred contacts or for example four mailings to 25 contacts per month for the 100 credits.
When starting your Minutemailer account you also recieve 2,000 credits so that you can test the service properly.
If you have very few contacts or just want to test the service you may be able to manage with the included credits, but if you need more, which most people do, there are three ways forward:
You can upgrade your account to a paid plan and pay by month or year.
You can buy credits that never expire. The more you buy at a time, the cheaper it gets.
Or you can earn credits by inviting friends. This is how you can send newsletters for free.
By inviting friends to Minutemailer, both you and your friend receives extra credits.
You’ll both receive 1,000 credits for a signup.
1,000 credits for the first email sent and 5% of the value converted to credits if your friend also buys credits or upgrades their account.
Create an account on Minutemailer if you haven’t already.
Go to your billing settings and choose earn credits.
There you will find your unique link that you can use to recommend Minutemailer.
You can also use the buttons below to send an email to your contacts or share on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
The more you share the link, the more likely it is that it will generate free credits to your account.
The credits never expire so you can easily accumulate credits that you can use for later.
Remember not to spam people but tell them what it is all about and that they also receive credits and can send newsletters for free if they create an account through your specific link.
Good luck with your email marketing!