Can I get a response on Get Response?

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I have been building several lists with another email provider, and I've bee pretty happy with them. But I am entering a new niche, and hating to put all my eggs in one basket, thought I would look at other providers. "Get Response" looks pretty good, has a better pricing structure, and pays more in their affiliate plan. But, can they get the job done and are they easy to work with?

I'd appreciate some input from others that have used them and the good and bad you have experienced? Thanks.
#internet marketing #email marketing #response
  • Profile picture of the author Eric Johnson
    Tried Aweber MUCH MUCH better...
  • Profile picture of the author samstephens
    They're very easy to work with (I've worked very closely with them on a project recently).

    They're also very helpful when it comes to getting customers onto your mailing list with as little fuss as possible.

    I'm a big fan.

  • Profile picture of the author raj7
    Getresponse is great. Had no problems with it.
  • Profile picture of the author robseko
    Getresponse is user friendly. It has worked very well for me.
  • Profile picture of the author mymarketingsecret
    GetResponse is a great way to go. Been using them for a long time and have no complaints
  • Profile picture of the author J A Neal
    I have an account with Getresponse and Aweber. They both have been good for support when I needed it, so it's hard to put on above the other.

    I do like Getresponse's pricing plans.
    • Profile picture of the author ScottBoyd
      Another thumbs up for GetResponse. I had an Aweber account first, but my consultant suggested I switch to GetResponse as it would do everything I need for less money down the road.

      Good: easy to use and pricing.

      Bad: can't think of anything bad

      I think it is a safe choice.

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