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Has anyone used Campaign Monitor?

Discussion in 'Email Marketing' started by Brian Jackson, Jul 1, 2015.

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  1. I have been using MailChimp for the past couple years. Always looking at alternatives for both my sites and my clients. Curious to hear from anyone that might have experience with Campaign Monitor and what your thoughts are. (https://www.campaignmonitor.com/)

    The one thing I like about them is that they are very design focused. Every template they make is responsive and gorgeous to look at it. They have the features I need such as RSS to email, etc.
     
  2. I haven't used them yet but since I have used four alternatives, I am sure I will get round to using them at one point.

    They do seem to charge a little more than some other solutions. Not sure if that is an issue for you.
     
  3. I never used it but have heard good stuff about it. Their service looks like a bit expensive compared to GetResponse and MailChimp.

    Though, if you are going with higher price tag, you should consider ConvertKit (created by Nathan Barry), I have been thinking about trying it out myself. They have some great features and are very transparent about their growth:
    http://nathanbarry.com/5k/
    https://convertkit.baremetrics.com/
     
  4. Awesome thanks guys. Ya I am paying $79 a month already for Mailchimp, between clients and all.

    ConvertKit looks pretty cool. One thing I don't like about it though is that it puts RSS to email into drafts for approval. I don't like that for my clients, however I love that for my blog. Then I could easily go in and add additional messaging. That's something I wish I had on MailChimp. I guess I need to buckle down and actually write my campaigns each week, I'm sure I would see increases in CTR and conversions, just finding the time is the hard part.

    I might give ConvertKit a try my personal sites. Thanks Devesh!
     
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  5. Been using MailChimp, or you can also use ElasticEmail. Sometimes it depends upon the client and of course to you. In which ever you prefer to use. What's important is the template and its contents :)
     
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