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Wix: Free, and simple to use.
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Mail Chimp: A free email service that allows up to 2,000 subscribers. Premium features carry a monthly fee, which is determined by the number of subscribers to your newsletters.
Hootsuite: Offers a free basic version or a $6/month premium version. Both allow you to network your social media profiles and blog.
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