Quick Start

Get started by learning how to find newsletters, create lists and export data.

How to search for newsletters

Let's imagine that you're trying to find a few promising newsletters in the niche that you're targeting. The home screen is the first place that you'll land in Reletter and that's where to begin your search.

Enter a topic and hit enter to begin searching for newsletters. Reletter looks at newsletter titles and descriptions and recent issues to find the most relevant matches. By default, the results are ordered by a combination of relevance and estimated subscribers.

Let's see how the results look:

You may see an icon next to a newsletter's name if we think that they accept sponsors or advertisers.

You can also search newsletters by Titles and Authors if you already know what you're looking for. Or you can search across Issues.

Narrow down your search using filters

Reletter supports a large set of advanced search filters that allow you to narrow down your search results. For example, if you only want to see newsletters that accept sponsors or advertisements you can click the Sponsored filter button and tick that.

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Tap on a newsletter to learn more

See a newsletter in the search results that looks promising? Click the blue title and we'll display everything we know about this publication including estimated subscribers, demographics, latest issues and more.

Ready to pitch a newsletter? Get their email address by clicking on the Contacts button or start building a media list by clicking on Add to List.

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Start building a list

Lists are a convenient place to keep track of newsletters that you've found in the search results. Use them to create media lists or to keep tabs on publications that you care about.

The easiest way to start building a list is from the search screen. Enter a topic to search for newsletters and then tap the Build a List button:

You'll notice a new Add button that appears next to each newsletter in the search results. Tap on that to add that publication to your new list.

You can also tap on Add to List while viewing any newsletter:

Now you'll be able to create a brand new list or add this newsletter to an existing list:

You can always access your lists by clicking the Lists button at the top of any page.

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Share the list with your team

Collaborating on a list with your team can be very powerful. First click on the Lists button at the top of any page to access your lists. Click on the list that you created to open it up.

Click on the Share button to see your sharing options:

Clicking on one of your team members will share the list with them. They will now be able to add and remove newsletters from the list too.

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Export your list

Once you've added a few newsletters to a list you may want to export the data to be used in other software like Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets. In any list click on the Export button:

You will be prompted to download the CSV file to your computer.

Exports include the contact email addresses for each newsletter.

Send a pitch

The pitch editor makes it easy to write your pitches inside Reletter. Choose from a range of winning templates, or add your own, and then customize it for each publication.

You can quickly write and send a pitch while you're viewing any newsletter by tapping on Send a Pitch:

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Adding private notes to a newsletter

Whether you're working alone or in a team, it can be useful to add private notes to publications if, for example, you've contacted the author and found out more information.

While viewing any newsletter, click on Add a Note to add a private note. It will instantly appear on the page for you and other members of your team.

Notes are private and they will only appear for you and for other members of your team.

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Next steps

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