Email Marketing Software / Services

Discussion in 'Email Marketing' started by mneylon, Aug 6, 2006.

  1. mneylon

    mneylon Administrator Staff Member

    As this comes up here and elsewhere quite a bit I think it deserves its own sticky.

    PhpList - Php / MySQL email list management. Read the documentation carefully, as it won't send any mail until you edit one variable

    DadaMail - Perl email list management software.

    GroupMail - Windows based mass email software (Irish made!). Free version available with some limitations.
     
  2. Packet

    Packet New Member

    Nice post, I get this question all the time too.
     
  3. figment

    figment New Member

  4. tangotelecom

    tangotelecom New Member

  5. figment

    figment New Member

    Toddle - for creating great looking newsletters in the first place.
    Can be sent with most of the email managers mentioned above.
     
  6. LOC

    LOC New Member

    CustomerMinds.com

    Enables you to send email and mobile campaigns and does all the tracking for you as well as providing you with reports and success figures.
     
  7. aathuls

    aathuls New Member

    The email marketing is fast terms in production. The target audience is the main factor successful in Email Marketing.
     
  8. gav240z

    gav240z New Member

  9. WoW

    WoW New Member

    constant contact

    I use different companies for managing mailshots but to date have found constantcontact.com to be the best with regard to feedback on recipients activity with your mail
     
  10. learnpipe

    learnpipe New Member

    Vertical Response

    We use a service called vertical response - the reporting functionality is very useful. List management is also very slick. It costs approx $20 to send 1500 emails. Haven't used similar services so I am not sure if this is competitive or not.
     
  11. websitedesign

    websitedesign New Member

    Campainmonitor and aweber are costly but worth it
     
  12. writie

    writie New Member

    I would help if they told me which one! Currently looking at Constant Contact, although it's hard to tell the services apart from the outside.
     

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