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Hello,

 

I just wanted to know what is the best tool for email marketing. Is there any good free tool ??

Well the best and free are not going to be the same thing.

If you want to get started cheap MailChimp has a free tier that I believe will let you have 2500 people on your list. That would keep down your expenses to start and by the time you have that many on your list you can always move to something better when your list is making you money.

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Do you have a url? There are a bunch of results for drip and mailing. 

 

 

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Looks like their free tier is only for 100 subscribers and the next one up is $41 so not sure I would really recommend it now that I look at it. I did not realize the sub number was so low. 

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Looks like their free tier is only for 100 subscribers and the next one up is $41 so not sure I would really recommend it now that I look at it. I did not realize the sub number was so low. 

 

That is both a low number on the free level and a big jump from free to paid. Does not really seem many would bite on that kind of offer. 

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Hello,

 

I just wanted to know what is the best tool for email marketing. Is there any good free tool ??

 

Here is one I just ran across their free tier goes up to 1k list members and the next tier is only $10. 

 

I have no idea how well it works as I have not used them so I would do a search and see if any problems come up. 

 

That is both a low number on the free level and a big jump from free to paid. Does not really seem many would bite on that kind of offer. 

 

 

Which is why I said I would not recommend it after I realized how few addresses they allowed on the free tier. 

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Here is one I just ran across their free tier goes up to 1k list members and the next tier is only $10. 

 

I have no idea how well it works as I have not used them so I would do a search and see if any problems come up. 

 

 

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Hello,

 

I just wanted to know what is the best tool for email marketing. Is there any good free tool ??

 

 

I have been doing some research to find the best company to use for email marketing and there are some other free or really cheap options. 

 

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Free up to 2500 addresses and 15000 emails

 

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Free up to 150000 emails as month and they charge .29 per 1000 for the addresses so not free but this means you could have 3000 addresses and 150000 emails for less than a dollar a month so very close to free. 

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I have been doing some research to find the best company to use for email marketing and there are some other free or really cheap options. 

 

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Free up to 2500 addresses and 15000 emails

 

Please login or register to see this link.

Free up to 150000 emails as month and they charge .29 per 1000 for the addresses so not free but this means you could have 3000 addresses and 150000 emails for less than a dollar a month so very close to free. 

 

The elasticemail looks interesting, not sure what tools they have but the way they do pricing it is cheap enough to find out. 

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I have been doing some research to find the best company to use for email marketing and there are some other free or really cheap options. 

 

Please login or register to see this link.

Free up to 2500 addresses and 15000 emails

 

Please login or register to see this link.

Free up to 150000 emails as month and they charge .29 per 1000 for the addresses so not free but this means you could have 3000 addresses and 150000 emails for less than a dollar a month so very close to free. 

 

They both look like viable options to get started cheaply while still having some nice options. Thanks for the share

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The elasticemail looks interesting, not sure what tools they have but the way they do pricing it is cheap enough to find out. 

 

 

They both look like viable options to get started cheaply while still having some nice options. Thanks for the share

 

No problem I was surprised when I started looking that there were so many companies a lot of them are expensive but there are some that are priced fairly low. 

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As much as you recommend them you should become an affiliate and make some money. 

 

Sounds good at first but then you would wonder if I was pushing them because I really thought it was the best choice or because they are paying me a commission. 

 

Lets face it that thought comes to mind every time you see an affiliate link (and if it does not it should), I rather that not be what people are thinking about when give them advice. 

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Sounds good at first but then you would wonder if I was pushing them because I really thought it was the best choice or because they are paying me a commission. 

 

Lets face it that thought comes to mind every time you see an affiliate link (and if it does not it should), I rather that not be what people are thinking about when give them advice. 

 

From what I have seen there are quite a large number of people out there that do not apply reasoning to the offers they see. Thinking about ulterior motives does not seem to enter their minds, not sure how that is possible but it is. 

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From what I have seen there are quite a large number of people out there that do not apply reasoning to the offers they see. Thinking about ulterior motives does not seem to enter their minds, not sure how that is possible but it is. 

 

I think it is more a matter of letting wishful thinking and emotion get in the way of logical thinking rather than ignoring any thought of ulterior motives. 

 

Nobody buys a $9.99 "easy button get rich now" info product because they are not thinking about ulterior motives. They buy it because wishful thinking and emotions override their logical thinking process altogether. 

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It looks like a good service do you know if you can import addresses and if so how hard it is to do?

 

Yes you can and it has been awhile but I do not remember it being difficult to do so. Pretty sure they have a tutorial walking you through the process. 

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Sounds good at first but then you would wonder if I was pushing them because I really thought it was the best choice or because they are paying me a commission. 

 

Lets face it that thought comes to mind every time you see an affiliate link (and if it does not it should), I rather that not be what people are thinking about when give them advice. 

 

That makes sense, at least if at any point you give out bad advice at least it will not be bad advice on purpose. 

 

Do you never push services here on the forum? It does seem somewhat odd that as a mod on and im/seo forum that you do not at all. 

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  • In my opinion, here are 7 best email marketing tools:

 

Constant Contact. Constant Contact is one of the largest and fastest growing email marketing service in the world. ...

AWeber. ...

ConvertKit. ...

GetResponse. ...

MailChimp. ...

Campaign Monitor. ...

ActiveCampaign.

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