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Email marketing solution - What are you using?

Discussion in 'General Marketing' started by jeremyfe, Nov 13, 2017.

  1. Maggie Tuczapska

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    I'm using MailChimp but think of changing the platform soon. This thread is very helpful, it's great to see the varied platforms people are using and valuing.
    SEMrush
     
    Maggie Tuczapska, Mar 14, 2018 IP
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    Too many to choose from. Mailchimp is good if you're on a budget. I prefer GetResponse.

    Just pick one and run with it really.
     
    FiveStarFiverr, Mar 17, 2018 IP
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    MailChimp. It is efficient. At the same time, it is not price efficient.
     
    Dave_Wils, Mar 28, 2018 IP
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    Hello everyone! I want to share what email tools I use. My new discovery is correct.email. They help to clean your email lists by going through your addresses one by one. It is very simple, quick and highly accurate service. After couple weeks of using it, I see better results of my email campaigns.
     
    Agatha88, Apr 4, 2018 IP
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    Drip.co. It's the best tool I've used by far and it's free until you get 100 subscribers!

    It's extremely visual as well which makes it easy to create complex email campaigns that are easy to configure.
     
    Chiedo, Apr 4, 2018 IP
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    MailChimp. Not in particular innovative, but reliable and working, as I see it
     
    MouseInHouse, Apr 10, 2018 IP
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    Hi, I am using mailchimp for my email and sending the newsletters to my subscribers and clients by direct mail lists. It provides free designed templates also.
     
    davidjackson, Apr 17, 2018 IP
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    Regardless who you go with, make sure you set up SPF. If you don't know what that is, just ask the AR service for help.

    Additionally, I would set up seed accounts to test your inbox deliverability.

    For many, AOL, Hotmail/Outlook, Gmail, and Yahoo and parent domains using the same MX, can make up as much as 80-90% of their list. So at the very least, you should start with them and any other seed accounts you can set up or acquire.

    Also, just get a free trial account to start and test your seeds. If you have any spam folder problems I would complain. If they don't fix, at least you didn't spend any money.

    Last but not least, if you plan to do affiliate marketing make sure who you go with allows it. For example, while many here have suggested MailChimp, they don't allow it. While Getresponse and Aweber do allow affiliate marketing.
     
    eMonetize, Apr 23, 2018 IP
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    For simplicity cost and features I would use Mailchimp to start with. You can also use a lot of plugins and automations to make your life easier.

    Good luck with the blog.
     
    MYTI, May 16, 2018 IP
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    My intent is not to spam on this thread but smtpboxes is where I work and know how things are going. Everything is tidy and simple. More than good prices.
    Another go would be smtp2go
     
    SMTPBOXES, May 29, 2018 IP
  12. Jacob Hawkins

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    Our Email marketing platform enables you to have a modified dialog with each of your customers, at any level. Its instinctive performance tools let you focus on creating attractive, successful campaigns that connect the reader, while we take care of getting your emails to their inbox, perfectly.
     
    Jacob Hawkins, May 29, 2018 IP
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    Mail chimp is free for the first 2000 emails in your list. You can at least try it before if spending is not convenient yet.
     
    salifu, May 30, 2018 IP