Free Autoresponder Anyone?

by BusinessLady 8 replies
Hello Warriors,

Just wanted to know if anyone knew where I could get autoresponder for free.
Please no crap. One that is popular and will not harm my computer.
Thanks for any replies.
#main internet marketing discussion forum #autoresponder #free
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  • Profile picture of the author Richard Tunnah
    Ok many of the main players offer free Ad supported autoresponders - geresponse do. However this really is a bad way to go as you could be collecting customers only for them to go to your competitors via the ads on the autoresponder. You're only looking at $20 a month for any of the main no ad supported autoresponders. I'd suggest strongly you invest in this.

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    • Profile picture of the author Eric Johnson
      Getresponse has a free one BUT it is awful. There are ads to other e products that show up on your landing page and it just generally sucks.

      You should really think twice (read that as DON'T DO IT) about starting with an autoresponder that you are not planning on staying with. You, unfortunately, will have to pay money for that. I would suggest aweber because I think that it beats the pants off of the other ones, including getresponse.

      There are many reasons you don't want to go with a free one and then switch. But the primary one is that your subscribers will have to re-optin once you switch and you will likely lose a lot of your subscribers.

      Up to you but, I tried to go that route and it took me less than a day to figure out that it wasn't gonna work.
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      • Profile picture of the author warrior2008 is free for 30 days, then $19.95 monthly.
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        • Profile picture of the author Mike Montgomery
          An Autoresponder is one of the few tools as well as hosting
          that I would never go free on.

          Paid services have a hard enough time doing things right,
          you get what you pay for.

          But good luck if you insist.
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          • Profile picture of the author Eswar
            You can use a FREE autoresponder script to host on your own server.

            You can try this one : Homepage : home

            This is a very good autoresponder software.

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            • Profile picture of the author Bishop81
              Infinite responder has been named as a good one too. It's free. I'm using it and haven't had a single problem with my 1 subscriber.

              I'm tired of my signature... Deleted.

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              • Profile picture of the author Jeremy Gatica
                I agree free autoresponders are worth the money you pay for them I started with freeautobot but realized later that I would be better of for a paid service.

                I do use aweber now, but the first paid service I used was
                for me it was very reliable and easy to use, less then half the cost of aweber and getresponse.

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                • Profile picture of the author trafficwave
                  I'm in agreement with a lot of the folks here:

                  The true cost of "free" is usually bad service, lack of support, and the added fact that your messages are usually carrying ads for someone else.

                  Services like are going to run you about sixty cents a day.

                  Brian Rooney
         Email Marketing AutoResponders
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