FREE alternatives to aweber

by TheSEOFather 87 replies
Please, I don't want to pay someone $20 a month for an email system.

Give me some free ideas here that I can check out for myself.

If you don't have a positive comments, be a loster, and get lost.

I'm busy implementing my plan and want to be rich soon.

Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author JimWaller
    Listwire is a great free alternative that strives to have good deliver-ability.
    Hope this helps.

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  • Profile picture of the author sovereignn
    Feedburner is sort of like aweber

    I know some people on here like Yukon make a killing using it
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    • Profile picture of the author TheSEOFather
      Originally Posted by joseph7384 View Post

      I got a better quote for you!

      "If you don't want to pay for a quality marketing tool, be a Lobster and pinch your pennies".
      Your quote made me laugh so thanks for that.
  • Profile picture of the author JimWaller
    Mailchimp has a free version until you reach a certain level, after which you pay, but the advantage is not having to move your leads from one service to another.
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    • Profile picture of the author 27coupons
      Originally Posted by JimWaller View Post

      Mailchimp has a free version until you reach a certain level, after which you pay, but the advantage is not having to move your leads from one service to another.
      I have used mailchimp free version but they are very very harsh for a hint of spam. We had a naturally acquired list of emails around 4500 emails. However it was 2 years old and when we started sending out in batches, it blocked us. Another aspect, it checks if you are using multiple free accounts to do your job.
  • Profile picture of the author erichammer
    Sorry, but this is being penny wise and pound foolish as the old saying goes. These free alternatives will mark your e-mails as being amateur hour garbage and you'll find it harder to make conversions. Moreover, if and when you get to the point where you do have need for a real autoresponder, you'll find that it's that much harder to make the switch.

    If you really are hard up for cash, consider a cheaper alternative such as Imnica mail, but don't go for a freebie. That's a perfect way to end up in the "IM doesn't work and I quit" crowd.
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    • Profile picture of the author TheSEOFather
      Originally Posted by erichammer View Post

      Sorry, but this is being penny wise and pound foolish as the old saying goes. These free alternatives will mark your e-mails as being amateur hour garbage and you'll find it harder to make conversions. Moreover, if and when you get to the point where you do have need for a real autoresponder, you'll find that it's that much harder to make the switch.

      If you really are hard up for cash, consider a cheaper alternative such as Imnica mail, but don't go for a freebie. That's a perfect way to end up in the "IM doesn't work and I quit" crowd.
      Do you really think EVERYONE knows what aweber is? Really? I think that is just in the IMers circle if you ask me. Could be wrong, willing to learn, but not spending $20 a month while my email list grows by 1 or 2 sign ups a day...
    • Profile picture of the author Phil Wilkinson
      Originally Posted by erichammer View Post

      Sorry, but this is being penny wise and pound foolish as the old saying goes. These free alternatives will mark your e-mails as being amateur hour garbage and you'll find it harder to make conversions. Moreover, if and when you get to the point where you do have need for a real autoresponder, you'll find that it's that much harder to make the switch.

      If you really are hard up for cash, consider a cheaper alternative such as Imnica mail, but don't go for a freebie. That's a perfect way to end up in the "IM doesn't work and I quit" crowd.

      Have to agree. Zig Ziegler said "Good things aren't cheap, and cheap things aren't good"
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  • Profile picture of the author Halcyon
    Quality is not the problem with free solutions but the extra advertisements. Every free service will stick their advertisements either on your outgoing messages or your subscription thank you page. If you're busy trying to grab your customer's attention, you don't want somebody else's link diverting their eyes. If you don't want to pay monthly, consider a self hosted autoresponder.
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  • Profile picture of the author paul_1
    Maybe you can put both listwire and feedburner on your main page...
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  • Profile picture of the author theebookcavern
    I've gotta agree with most people on this thread. If you're taking your list building seriously then a free service probably isn't going to cut it.

    If money really is an issue could you not sign up for their $1 trial for the first month? If you get 1 or 2 subscribers as you say, you should be able to cover the $20 a month fee using your list after the first month is over.

    Tom
  • Profile picture of the author Denyros
    imnicamail.com is a great free for alternative

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