Email marketing
built for authors.

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We’re taking email marketing to the next level, and we’d love for you to be a part of it. And we want to make sure we’re offering the absolute best service possible.

That means we need to onboard authors a bit at a time, test to make sure things are working the way they should, and bring in more authors. Repeat until the world is conquered.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can you offer email service for $10/month?

Author.Email takes advantage of inexpensive cloud email server architecture (Amazon SES), without sacrificing on quality. That means deliverability of your emails is as good (or better) than leading services, like MailChimp, Aweber, and ConstantContact.

Is there a contract or term?

Nope. Contracts and terms are yuck. Author.Email is simple and friendly. Sign up when you want, cancel when you want, and upgrade/downgrade when you want.

What do I need to get started?

Sign up for the waiting list above, and we’ll let you know when we’re ready to get you set up! 

Will you help me grow my list?

No, Author.Email is not able to do any marketing on your behalf. We’re an ESP (email service provider) only, but we’re constantly thinking up new ways to help you run your author business. When we come up with something, we’ll let you know!

Are you legit?

We… think? Author.Email was built by a couple of author dudes who were frustrated with the cost of maintaining an email list with one of the “big” providers (MailChimp, Aweber, ConvertKit, etc.). So we built our own. Author.Email is the fruit of that labor.

Is Author.Email safe?

We’re as safe as an email provider can be. Multiple (redundant) daily backups of our data and constant review of our processes (GDPR, CAN-SPAM act, etc.) and policies mean we’re up to speed on what’s important for the industry. Your privacy and data is safe with us, and you can bet that we’ll do whatever it takes to keep it that way.