best current email responder

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I know this has been discussed many times but it seems to change constantly.

Who do you think is the best autoreponder company?

Getresponse

aweber

constantcontact

Any other suggestions?

Pros and cons?

Thanks, Rose
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  • Profile picture of the author Luke Dennison
    I have used Mailchimp, Listwire, Aweber and Getresponse in the past. I currently use Getresponse.

    Mailchimp is great, but the last time I checked the were randomly banning affiliate marketers.

    Listwire is not my cup of tea tbh, because all my email broadcasts would end up iFramed but aside from that it's worth it it your scint, until you can afford a pro service.

    Aweber was the first pro service I used and for a newbie found it easy to use so it was great.

    Now, I use Getresponse. It's a bit (read: very) complicated to get the hang of but I think the statistics they provide are better.

    Hope that I helped you
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    • Profile picture of the author Gary_The_Ace
      Originally Posted by Luke Dennison View Post


      Listwire is not my cup of tea tbh, because all my email broadcasts would end up iFramed but aside from that it's worth it it your scint, until you can afford a pro service.

      Hope that I helped you
      That's an option in the system if you want to participate in the Traffic Exchange program, you can turn that on, or off with a setting on the "Traffic Builder" pages.

      And thanks for giving it a try. It's definitely for newbies getting started, or people who can't afford the $20 a month - that's why I put it together in the first place.

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  • I use aweber and it is really good

    but feel this has been posted in the wrong thread

    Wishing you success with email marketing
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve B
    Rose,

    I have had an account at aWeber for many years and don't plan to change anytime soon. I will admit that I don't have any experience with some of the other providers that you mentioned.

    Something to think about: I know aWeber works hard to keep their emails from going to spam boxes. It's something that people sometimes don't consider. Does the emailing service actively work to keep their client's emails from being blacklisted? I believe aWeber does.

    Good luck to you,

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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    I've been using aweber for a long time now and it's been working well for me..
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  • Profile picture of the author desireedavid
    Take a look at ActiveTrail. The have a landing page builder as well as templates you can use to create your emails. I find that it's easy to use. They also have a 1 month free trial, but after that, you will need to pay depending on your need. They don't have a free option like Mailchimp (under 2,000 subscribers is free).
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  • Profile picture of the author Vortex
    I use Imnicamail - it's very cheap and does the job - which is all you need it to do.
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  • Profile picture of the author shim333
    I used Aweber then I move to Getresponse - They are great! But when I have some "sleep" list, I move the list to the free mail chimp account, to not reach 5,000 limits of get response.
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  • Profile picture of the author cypherslock
    Hey Vortex, did Imnica ever fix the issue of damn near every mail being sent to spam?
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  • Profile picture of the author Robert Bridgen
    Getresponse I find is the best I had a weber out of the two I prefer get response Robert
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