Aweber vs iContact vs Mailchimp

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Anybody have any opinions about these products? Which one would you choose? I've used all three before but would like to know what you guys think...

I am looking for something that can track opt-ins, send out emails, help create the opt-in form and then make it available on pop-ups as well.

Any opinions are appreciated.

#internet marketing #aweber #icontact #mailchimp
  • Profile picture of the author VinceNouvel
    Aweber... Never use other service.. But I am using interspire now..
  • Profile picture of the author Solidsnake
    Aweber is always the best option, though little bit expensive... is by far the best among the programs I tested before.
    • Profile picture of the author EndGame
      Why has getresponse been left out? I think that does everything you're asking. Plus I think it is the market rival to aweber. I can't quite work out why aweber is favored over getresponse though.

      Can anyone shed any light on that?
  • Profile picture of the author sideserver
    I think aweber has some analytics features that getresponse lacks.

    Also, the delivery rate for aweber is purportedly higher - though not by a significant figure.
    • Profile picture of the author EndGame
      Thanks for that. Interesting information. I have been put off aweber by the recent and frequent dramas they seem to be facing which have been unravelling on this forum.

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