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Why women are ditching social media for email newsletters - and the ones your inbox will love

1 month ago   |   By Marie Claire

Tiny by name; mighty by nature: the TinyLetters free email newsletter service - once dismissed as an outdated form of communication - is booming. Marisa Bate explains why our inboxes are where it's at right now Getty Images Bubbling away under the circus of viral podcasts and YouTube stars, is the humble TinyLetters - a free email subscription service that is probably powering most of the emails you've signed up to this year. Capped at 5,000 subscribers, this quiet powerhouse is a favourite with authors, journalists and prominent internet voices looking to cut through the noise. Why?...
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