Autoresponder list help

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What are the autoresponders that does not require confirm opt in or double opt in?
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  • Profile picture of the author eKing
    Aweber and GetResponse don't require confirmed opt-in. You have the option on both to turn it on and off.
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  • Profile picture of the author eugenedm
    Originally Posted by Ihatemyboss View Post

    What are the autoresponders that does not require confirm opt in or double opt in?
    AWeber is good for that. But if your subscribers are not high quality I wouldn't do this because it might hurt your unsubscription rate. If you know they are not going to unsubscribe then go for it!
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  • Profile picture of the author federal06
    GVO Autoresponder don't require confirmed opt-in also.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan Vodini
    aweber and get response but you need to change settings before send traffic to the landing page
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    • Profile picture of the author Ihatemyboss
      Thanks guys. How about ymlp? Aweber is affordable but I found sendfree.com which is cheaper but I don't know if it is good.
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  • Profile picture of the author SlfMastery
    Notification Pro: Facebook Autoresponder for $10 has ONE-CLICK optins b/c it uses a FB app (user doesn't even have to enter his/her email address!). Plus, u get WAY better open rates compared to email b/c of that "red dot" Facebook illuminates at the top of the users page.

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  • Profile picture of the author sban
    I tried sendfree. all the messages I sent landed in spambox.
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  • Profile picture of the author sban
    for all new accounts, aweber has mandated double opt in.
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    • Profile picture of the author TobiasThomsen
      Originally Posted by sban View Post

      for all new accounts, aweber has mandated double opt in.
      Just created an account today, and i could turn off double opt-in with no problems.

      Originally Posted by jvjoe View Post

      Both Aweber and Getrespond give you the options to turn off confirm or double optin.
      With Aweber you start with $1 the first month while Getrespond gives you first month free to try their platform.
      No Aweber is free just like getresponse.
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  • Profile picture of the author viewvital
    Getresponse is the best one for me cause I can select single optin,and on top of it I can import my list easily.
    They never ask you many questions about your list . Many Autoresponders would ask you many questions
    And finallly your list not approved.

    Brad
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  • Profile picture of the author TheZafraGroup
    Aweber and getresponse are both good autoresponders. You can always turn confirmed opt-in off. I'd recommend using Getresponse. Cheaper, more features and less strict.
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  • Profile picture of the author aarthielumalai
    All the 3 autoresponders I use don't insist on confirmed opt-ins. I use Aweber, Getresponse and Sendgrid.

    Aweber and Sendgrid also allow you to import your list.
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  • Profile picture of the author Max Anderson
    Non of the big ones do (getereponse, aweber, infusionsoft). However, at least in aweber and getresponse you have to turn it off manually.
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  • Profile picture of the author expressg
    Aweber allows for this. They're also my AR of choice. I was using AW & GR both for some time (for various things ) but I recently dropped GR in favor of keeping all of my lists with Aweber.

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  • Profile picture of the author jvjoe
    Both Aweber and Getrespond give you the options to turn off confirm or double optin.
    With Aweber you start with $1 the first month while Getrespond gives you first month free to try their platform.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Aweber will do the trick. But if you want to add subscribers to your list 1-by-1 via your Aweber control panel.... they all will be sent a confirmation email to confirm that they want to be on your list.
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  • Profile picture of the author munir ahmed
    Well really and truly i have used alot of auto responders and all of them have a setting where you can choose to have double optin or not. best auto responder i have used are Aweber and Getresponse. i personally prefer Get response but they both are great
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