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Reviewing the latest online marketing trends

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Learning to master email marketing is one of the most important things you can do as a small business owner. And a crucial part of making this happen is to invest in a great email service provider .

Many businesses have adopted MailChimp as their ESP of choice. And it’s especially prominent in the startup world.

But is there a good reason why it’s so popular?

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I was curious to see what made MailChimp tick, so I decided to signup for a paid account and give it a spin.

MailChimp Review

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, MailChimp is one of the largest email service providers out there.

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With its fun logo, easy to use interface, and forever free plan, MailChimp now has attracted more than 17 million customers and counting.

Plus, people love Mailchimp’s ability to create beautiful newsletters.

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While it gives you the barebones essentials to do email marketing, it lacks many of the advanced features needed to really take your email marketing to the next level.

In this MailChimp review, I will first show you how the service works. And then follow with an in-depth comparison with other popular email service providers to show you how MailChimp stacks up.

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MailChimp is similar to most other email service providers you may have tried. It has all the tools you need to collect leads, create emails, and send them out.

In MailChimp, you create Lists to group a set of subscribers.

So to get started with MailChimp, you’ll need to build some forms to get subscribers onto your Lists.

There are a few different ways to build signup forms in MailChimp.

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Unless you've been living under a rock lately, there's a good chance you've heard a thing or two about MoviePass. Although the company was founded way back in 2011, it's picked up a lot of steam over the past year or so with its too-good-to-be-true offer of allowing you to see one movie per day for just $9.95/month.

MoviePass has become one of the most disruptive companies of recent memory, and whether you're looking for the latest controversies or want to learn more about the service before you sign up, you've come to the right place.

Without further ado, this is everything you need to know about MoviePass!

July 5, 2018 — Peak Pricing is now rolling out to all MoviePass users

After being announced late last month, MoviePass is officially launching its new Peak Pricing system.

Like we mentioned in the last news update, Peak Pricing will add a small surcharge to certain showtimes based on the movie you're seeing and what time it's playing. A red lightning bolt icon next to a showtime indicates that it is affected by Peak Pricing while a grey-colored one notes that Peak Pricing may go into effect for it soon.

If you're checking in for a show with Peak Pricing, you'll see a confirmation screen highlighting the amount you'll be charged.

MoviePass notes that Peak Pricing is "rolling out gradually over the next several weeks."

June 22, 2018 — MoviePass Peak Pricing, Bring-A-Guest, and Premium Showings

Get ready, folks. There's a changing with MoviePass, so let's dive right into the big highlights:

MoviePass says these features will be rolling out to members "in the coming weeks."

Bring-A-Guest: If you're going to the movies with a friend or family member that doesn't have MoviePass, you can purchase their ticket from the MoviePass app. You'll still pay the full ticket price, but it should make the ticket-buying process a bit more seamless. You can pick a seat for you and your guest if you're going to a theater that supports e-ticketing and reserved seating, and if your friend signs up for MoviePass without 24 hours of your showtime, you'll get a full refund for the ticket price.

Peak Pricing: For showtimes where "the combination of demand for a title, date or part of day is higher", you'll need to pay a "small additional fee" for your ticket. You can avoid the added cost by seeing a different movie or seeing that same title on a different day, and MoviePass will give you a Peak Pass once a month that waives the fee for you. If you're billed annually or quarterly, you won't be subject to Peak Pricing until your subscription resets.

Premium Showings: No matter what plan you're on, you'll have the option of seeing RealD 3D, 2D IMAX, 3D, and other Premium Large Format movies by paying an upgrade fee.

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Without the help and support of numerous NARA staff, researchers, and others, this finding aid would not be as complete as it is. My supervisors and their supervisors the past two years, Clarence F. Lyons, Jr., R. Michael McReynolds, Timothy Nenninger, James Hastings, and Sharon Thibodeau, have encouraged and supported my efforts to produce the finding aid, allowing me the time to work on it at the expense of other unit and Division goals and responsibilities. Michael J. Kurtz, Assistant Archivist of Records Services-Washington DC, not only allowed me the time to serve on the Interagency Group, but gave his full support to the effort to ensure that NARA could produce a useful first version of this finding aid in a relatively short period of time. He assigned resources to ensure that newly accessioned records were declassified and made available to researchers in an expeditious manner. Dr. Kurtz, realizing the importance of the Holocaust-Era assets issues over the past several years, also was instrumental in authorizing me to produce the second and this version of the May 1997 finding aid. Realizing the importance of the mission of the Interagency Group on Nazi Assets, the issues surrounding the subject matter of this finding aid, and NARA's mission of making records available to researchers, John W. Carlin, Archivist of the United States, fully supported our effort to provide "ready access to essential evidence."

Numerous NARA staff, including part-time and interns, have assisted me in uncovering pertinent series of records, making box and folder lists, declassifying and making available new accessions of pertinent records, contributing support services, and in other ways sharing their expertise and encouragement. They include Denise Austin, Dennis Bilger, Rich Boylan, Giuliana Bullard, Alexis Capili, Marie Carpenti, Gerald Cerny, Eric Chaskes, Susan Cooper, Katherine Coram, Robin Cookson, Rebecca L. Collier, Wayne DeCesar, Mary DeGeorge, Crystal Dodd, Eric Freiwald, Jackie Fultz, Milton Gustafson, Steve Hamilton, Maria T. Hanna, Tom Haughton, Mollie Karpman, Ken Heger, Alan Kovan, Larry McDonald, Will Mahoney, Anita Mason, Marty McGann, Lee Morrison, Shawn Morton, Tim Mulligan, Tim Nell, Tim Nenninger, Dave Pfeiffer, Geraldine Phillips, Alan Puglia, Fred Romanski, Jimmy Rush, Marvin Russell, Jeanne Schauble, Ken Schlessinger, Amy Schmidt, Heather Shaffer, Jeannine Swift, Ron Swerczek, John Taylor, David Van Tassel, Bill Walsh, Tim Willard, Dick Wood, and Barry Zerby.

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