MailerLite Blog

Ilma8 min read

Team Building: This might make you uncomfortable

After years of trying to make team building fun, we found a better approach that has helped our team truly grow. Here's what we did.

Facebook deleted our MailerLite page. Now what?

Ilma5 min read

Facebook deleted our MailerLite page. Now what?

Facebook can delete your business page without warning. But you don't need to rely on social media when you own your subscriber list. Learn why!

Hackathons: why do we do them?

Ilma5 min read

Hackathons: why do we do them?

Hackathons are a big part of MailerLite’s culture. Once or twice a year our developers, designers and product managers go to a resort in the forest and spend 24 or 48 hours coding new features.

Is remote work an opportunity or a threat?

Jonas7 min read

Is remote work an opportunity or a threat?

How to make remote work work. We share our experience and offer some practical advice to help you find remote work success.

Customer support with love: how and why we do what we do

Gabija6 min read

Customer support with love: how and why we do what we do

MailerLite’s support team shares their thoughts on the most important factors in creating a customer-first company culture.

What it’s really like to work remotely

Ilma13 min read

What it’s really like to work remotely

I asked some of our remote colleagues to share what they like about remote work and also the challenges that they face.

Why should you care about your company’s culture?

Ilma5 min read

Why should you care about your company’s culture?

Meet our developer Arunas. Last fall he took 4 weeks vacation to walk 900 km in Camino de Santiago, Spain.

I’ve planned 5 workations. Here’s what I’ve learned.

Ilma5 min read

I’ve planned 5 workations. Here’s what I’ve learned.

MailerLite team just came back from 5th workation. We spent 10 colorful days traveling & working in Morocco.

How to manage a remote team

Ilma6 min read

How to manage a remote team

At MailerLite 16 out of 30 team members work 100% remotely. Wonder how things get done?

7 steps to find the right people

Ilma6 min read

7 steps to find the right people

We don’t have an HR department. So we try to make the hiring process as efficient as possible.