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  • All of which is actually worth $0.
  • Mailchimp?  is that a thing?
  • MailChimp works surprisingly well.
  • I can't be bothered googling it either. Somebody do it for us please.
  • My alma mater bought my e-mail address I use for signing up for BS newsletters and such.

    They signed me up for so many things that each email unsubscribe is a different thing. Different sports emails, departments, numerous university  art events etc etc
  • Now all the newsletters in the world will come with internet tracking...
  • Johnny_Canuck: MailChimp works surprisingly well.


    According to TFA:

    1.) Mailchimp has a lot of customer data

    2.) They have all the purchase data

    3.) The magic is putting those two together
  • My most common purchases are groceries at the store and gas at the station and food at the independent restaurants. In cash.
    My house and car are paid for. I am almost invisible.

    So how do you want to make my life better, Intuit / Mailchimp?
  • Huck And Molly Ziegler: My most common purchases are groceries at the store and gas at the station and food at the independent restaurants. In cash.
    My house and car are paid for. I am almost invisible.

    So how do you want to make my life better, Intuit / Mailchimp?


    There are enough people who do not fit that mold. You don't matter.
  • Ahh intuit.
    A company that made a good product and managed to withstand Microsoft in the before times.. [ Quicken managed to first, not get taken over by Microsoft. Second, withstand Microsoft trying to duplicate thier product with Microsoft Money.] However they eventually have become a bloated beast. They bought Mint and basicy have let it rot. What a shame.
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