Run Email Lists for customers?

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I have a few questions for those that do.

1. Which service do you use and why?
2. Do you use one account for all clients or one account per client.
2b. If one account per client do you have them pay for that and than pay you a management fee or do you pay for it out of the fee they pay you?

Thinking of doing this for some local businesses but not sure of the best logistics so any suggestions would help. Thanks in advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author iAmNameLess
    I don't do email campaigns for anyone other than myself... but, you should have 1 account per client, because if you do this, you don't want one client terminating your main account and screwing over all your other clients.

    As far as payment, when I used to offer this I would just pay out of the fee they paid me. Keep it simple. It's a pain in the ass though... will never offer it again lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author pplicon
    What's the pro and cons of it IAmNameless, and why wouldn't you offer it again?
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  • Profile picture of the author Climb Online
    Originally Posted by Aaron Doud View Post

    I have a few questions for those that do.

    1. Which service do you use and why?
    2. Do you use one account for all clients or one account per client.
    2b. If one account per client do you have them pay for that and than pay you a management fee or do you pay for it out of the fee they pay you?

    Thinking of doing this for some local businesses but not sure of the best logistics so any suggestions would help. Thanks in advance.
    1. I self host client lists and mail out through Mandrill. I control everything.

    2. Each client gets their own account and unique API key, very secure/

    3. I charge a set up fee (or use it as a value creator) and monthly retainer for analytics and reporting.

    After a few months its easy to get copy writing / landing page design work as you can show the poor conversions to clients that do not have that aspect down
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  • Profile picture of the author Aaron Doud
    Susie,

    Like the 4th part there where you up sell the copyrighting.
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