Easily Build Newsletters with Goodbits @goodbitsio #WebToolsWiki

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Goodbits is a user-friendly tool to help you quickly create instant newsletters. This tool lets you clip and curate great content from the web in your Mailchimp newsletter.

Goodbits also features browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox and Safari. You can also use the bookmarklet for Internet Explorer.

Links can be easily added as well to your newsletter from mobile applications such as Twitter, Pocket and Feedly.

To use this tool, simply click a button from a website you want to share, pick and crop a thumbnail, edit the description and Goodbits will do the rest.

Currently, Goodbits is free to use while the team behind it is still developing some core features. The group assures that when they are ready to launch their plans, there will definitely be a free plan available.

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