Are you looking to get into building an email list and not sure where to start? Or maybe you are looking for a change and want a quick guide to what email marketing providers are out there and available to you!
Well, I’ve got you covered! Here are some of the most well-known email marketing providers. I’m going to break them down to tell you the cost, if I’ve used them, and what I thought about them.
I am currently using MailerLite as I type this. They have an option that is free up to 1,000 subscribers and I have to say, their platform has been VERY user-friendly for me. It was more than easy to set up a sign-up form, embed it onto my ShowIt site, and then connect an email sequence that included the initial welcome email that sent off the freebie/opt-in document I had created. I really love MailerLite and highly recommend you giving them a try!
This might be one of the more well-known options. While they do have a free option up to around 1,000 subscribers, I often found myself incredibly frustrated with their interface. It took about 3 times the amount of time to set up my assets as it did in MailerLite. So yes, here is where I tell you that I jumped ship from MailChimp to MailerLite. I haven’t been in MailChimp in a while, so fingers crossed they have made some changes for you!
Hot off the press! FloDesk is a fairly new email marketing provider platform and I have to say, they are winning my heart. From what I can see so far, their interface is very similar to that of MailerLite but with extra bells and whistles for customization to make it pretty as can be! I already have an account there. I’ve set up one sign up form, landing page, and email sequence – I think I may wind up converting! Though I am told there is not a free option, I am trying it out for free right now. I just don’t think I will be able to have a ton of subscribers set up on there without it prompting me for my payment info.
I have heard SO many well-known online entrepreneurs and course creators discuss ConvertKit. So I did a little homework for you. It doesn’t just serve as an email marketing provider; it also integrates with a webinar platform, Shopify, course platforms, and more. You can sign up for free up to 500 subscribers.
This is a pricier option compared to the first 3 I listed above. But if you are serious about course creation or membership, it’s a great option to have everything in one place. I’m seeing more and more well-known online educators using Kajabi for their membership sites!
Other email marketing providers that are out there include Sending in Blue, Freshworks, Constant Contact, WPBeginner, and Drip. Whichever you choose, prepare yourself that it will take a little time to set up your forms and email sequences. I have a course coming very soon for you. The course goes into detail about all the things you need to know when beginning this process! Sign up for that waitlist here. This course is going to be incredibly affordable and perfect for those just starting out. I would love to see you come and join me!
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Email Marketing Provider List