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Mailchimp’s Ben Chestnut on bootstrapping a startup to $700M in revenue

The well-known tech startup routine of coming up with an idea, raising money from venture capitalists and other outside investors in increasing rounds as valuations continue to rise, and then eventually going public — or getting acquired — has been around for as long as the myth of Silicon Valley itself. But the evolution of Mailchimp — a notable, bootstrapped outlier out of Atlanta, Ga., that provides email and other marketing services to smaller businesses — tells a very different…

Mailchimp’s Ben Chestnut on bootstrapping a startup to $700M in revenue

The well-known tech startup routine of coming up with an idea, raising money from venture capitalists and other outside investors in increasing rounds as valuations continue to rise, and then eventually going public — or getting acquired — has been around for as long as the myth of Silicon Valley itself. But the evolution of Mailchimp — a notable, bootstrapped outlier out of Atlanta, Ga., that provides email and other marketing services to smaller businesses — tells a very different…

MailChimp’s Ben Chestnut on bootstrapping a startup to $700M in revenue

The well-known tech startup routine of coming up with an idea, raising money from VCs in increasing rounds as valuations continue to rise, and then eventually going public or getting acquired has been around for as long as the myth of Silicon Valley itself. But the evolution of MailChimp — a notable, bootstrapped outlier out of Atlanta, Georgia, that provides email and other marketing services to small businesses — tells a very different story of tech startup success.

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Alex Jones has another terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day

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You know you’re in trouble when even MailChimp is no longer here for your shit. 

As a man who lives his life extremely online, Alex Jones has suffered a deluge of digital setbacks this week. While YouTube, Facebook, Apple, and even Pinterest all took steps to limit the reach of his conspiracy and hate-promoting site InfoWars on their respective platforms, Jones’ terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week isn’t over yet. MailChimp, the email marketing service, today decided to toss a little…

Alex Jones has another terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day

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You know you’re in trouble when even MailChimp is no longer here for your shit. 

As a man who lives his life extremely online, Alex Jones has suffered a deluge of digital setbacks this week. While YouTube, Facebook, Apple, and even Pinterest all took steps to limit the reach of his conspiracy and hate-promoting site InfoWars on their respective platforms, Jones’ terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week isn’t over yet. MailChimp, the email marketing service, today decided to toss a little…

Alex Jones has another terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day

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You know you’re in trouble when even MailChimp is no longer here for your shit. 

As a man who lives his life extremely online, Alex Jones has suffered a deluge of digital setbacks this week. While YouTube, Facebook, Apple, and even Pinterest all took steps to limit the reach of his conspiracy and hate-promoting site InfoWars on their respective platforms, Jones’ terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week isn’t over yet. MailChimp, the email marketing service, today decided to toss a little…

MailChimp’s CEO on that famous ‘Serial’ intro and why email just won’t die

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Ben Chestnut remembers when he first heard the promo spot that would end up with MailChimp getting a shoutout on Saturday Night Live.

The CEO of MailChimp told Mashable‘s Biz Please that the company had first dibs on “Serial,” the podcast that would become a cultural phenomenon, thanks to a pre-existing sponsorship that actually didn’t go so well.

“Serial” more than made up for it.

As for the famous “Mail Kimp” line, that was a bit of providence.

“When we got the recording, our head of…

MailChimp’s CEO on that famous ‘Serial’ intro and why email just won’t die

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Ben Chestnut remembers when he first heard the promo spot that would end up with MailChimp getting a shoutout on Saturday Night Live.

The CEO of MailChimp told Mashable‘s Biz Please that the company had first dibs on “Serial,” the podcast that would become a cultural phenomenon, thanks to a pre-existing sponsorship that actually didn’t go so well.

“Serial” more than made up for it.

As for the famous “Mail Kimp” line, that was a bit of providence.

“When we got the recording, our head of…

MailChimp’s CEO on that famous ‘Serial’ intro and why email just won’t die

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Ben Chestnut remembers when he first heard the promo spot that would end up with MailChimp getting a shoutout on Saturday Night Live.

The CEO of MailChimp told Mashable‘s Biz Please that the company had first dibs on “Serial,” the podcast that would become a cultural phenomenon, thanks to a pre-existing sponsorship that actually didn’t go so well.

“Serial” more than made up for it.

As for the famous “Mail Kimp” line, that was a bit of providence.

“When we got the recording, our head of…

MailChimp’s CEO on that famous ‘Serial’ intro and why email just won’t die

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Ben Chestnut remembers when he first heard the promo spot that would end up with MailChimp getting a shoutout on Saturday Night Live.

The CEO of MailChimp told Mashable‘s Biz Please that the company had first dibs on “Serial,” the podcast that would become a cultural phenomenon, thanks to a pre-existing sponsorship that actually didn’t go so well.

“Serial” more than made up for it.

As for the famous “Mail Kimp” line, that was a bit of providence.

“When we got the recording, our head of…