Who runs the most sophisticated and reliable e-mail marketing service?

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Hi,

Planning my campaign for December onwards.

Grateful for opinions , let's say cost isnot an issue, who would get your nomination for the best and most reliable e-mail maketing system

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  • Profile picture of the author Loren Woirhaye
    The most advanced one I'm aware of is InfusionSoft. It lets
    you do some pretty cool things with list segmentation.
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  • Profile picture of the author JVManna
    Originally Posted by graham41 View Post

    Hi,

    Planning my campaign for December onwards.

    Grateful for opinions , let's say cost isnot an issue, who would get your nomination for the best and most reliable e-mail maketing system

    G
    I would say that while our service is pretty dang sweet, the likes of MailChimp keeps us trying harder. They have all the bells and whistles when it comes to email design and execution of email campaigns. Mozilla uses them, even.

    I'm not totally clear on the pricing or the content permitted on their network. I haven't received any less-than-reputable email messages from their clients.

    Let me know if you have questions.
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    • Profile picture of the author JPMaroney
      Originally Posted by JVManna View Post

      I would say that while our service is pretty dang sweet, the likes of MailChimp keeps us trying harder. They have all the bells and whistles when it comes to email design and execution of email campaigns. Mozilla uses them, even.

      I'm not totally clear on the pricing or the content permitted on their network. I haven't received any less-than-reputable email messages from their clients.

      Let me know if you have questions.

      I currently have lists spread across two services, goldbar1 (my ecommerce system, and older ar lists), and aweber (my newer lists).

      I've been SERIOUSLY considering infusionsoft recently because of the tagging and segmentation functions, and the idea of moving into a true CRM (I'm an old ACT! guy from years ago).

      Just checked out chimpmail, and set up a free account to poke around. Pretty cool service. Love the OPEN API.

      From what I've seen in another thread on a blog post, infusionsoft's API SUCKS wind big time. JVManna, mind commenting on that or filling us in?
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      • Profile picture of the author JVManna
        Originally Posted by JPMaroney View Post

        I've been SERIOUSLY considering infusionsoft recently because of the tagging and segmentation functions, and the idea of moving into a true CRM (I'm an old ACT! guy from years ago).

        From what I've seen in another thread on a blog post, infusionsoft's API SUCKS wind big time. JVManna, mind commenting on that or filling us in?
        We've had an increase in users coming off of their simpler systems in order to gain more efficiency and consistency in their marketing. That is, people not needing to use several services and to stick with what we offer in our all-in-one suite.

        With regards to the API concerns, I can confidently say we're improving. The blog post by Jon Gales was regarding one aspect that we don't use a SOAP API. This is by choice and we have improved our API support significantly in the past year since his post about it. What someone can do with the API today is limitless, but it does require someone skilled code exactly what you need. (This is no different than MailChimp, it still requires a coder to leverage the API.)

        If you wish, please PM me some detailed questions that you might have and I can give further insight that would help. At the very least, read the comments from myself or my coworkers (Justin Morris, Eric Martineau) about the API.

        ~joe
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  • Profile picture of the author kenbuch
    I think getresponse.com is great
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    • Profile picture of the author vossman
      As far as "advanced" goes, I'd have to say InfusionSoft. It's like a mini CRM. As far as reliable, Aweber and InfusionSoft probably at the top.
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