For the longest time I used MailChimp. I was drawn to the 2,000 free subscribers.
But when MailChimp changed how they defined subscribers and made some other not so user friendly changes, I started looking for alternatives. Not just for the free tier, but for my paid subscriber lists (I have clients that send out newsletters and they need more bang for the buck than what many free tier offers).
Well, not all of you want the basic pull quote, so I decided to put my thinking cap back on and come up with some pull quote ideas for you all (or as my Southern friends are wont to say – y’all).
You may know pull-quotes as the newspaper term “Cut-Quote,” or as they’re called in WordPress’s Guttenberg “Blockquote” or the client term “Really Big Quote Thingy.” They’re all the same thing.
Those of us who design websites for a living, registering for a domain name is old hat. We’ve done it so many times we don’t think anything of it. But for those who have never done it, especially those who feel they are not tech savvy, it can be a daunting task. It needn’t be.