Over the years I’ve probably tried a dozen or so Email Service Providers, and for the last 2 years I’ve decided that iContact offers me the best mix of features for a very reasonable price.
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Why Choose iContact?
With iContact’s extensive features, you can easily create Email Messages, send them to your subscribers, clients, or members, and track their performance. When you apply Autoresponders to your email marketing campaign, you can stay in the forefront of your customer’s mind with automatic messages based on timed sequences or customer actions. Surveying provides you a platform to collect data from your customers and iContact provides you with the real-time results of your data.
Just recently I used the integrated survey tool to ask my networking group to vote on an important matter.
If you have a blog, take advantage of the articles you write by harnessing the RSS Feed. Your customers will immediately receive your most recent messages when they sign up for you RSS feed.
Thanks for sharing the comparisons. I have had trouble understanding AWeber and have spent too much money for naught.
Yes, I agree, Aweber can be a bit intimidating for a novice, or a non-techie. With all the different options and features it does have a steep and long learning curve.
Have you tried MadMimi yet? They offer a fully-functional free account for as long as your list is fewer than 100 contacts. Mimi is so easy to use you’ll be delighted.