We’re using MailChimp right now for our newsletters, but we’re building and looking into more comprehensive marketing automation platforms. We’re also evaluating different email marketing tools like Customer.io, Marketo, and HubSpot.
Founder & CEO - CoverWallet
MailChimp is good, has a pretty good interface and is super intuitive.
CEO - Fuel
MailChimp is great, but if you want very robust templating features you sometimes need a developer to do that work. It has very good integrations and a lot of functionalities: AB testing, email automation and personalization. They should do a better job of pointing out some of the more advanced features. You really have to look for them, otherwise you might not even see that they are there.
COO - Wearable X
57%Stacklist Startups Are Using MailChimp
MailChimp is used by a wide variety of companies across many industries, but it is especially popular among smaller, early-stage startups with less complex email marketing needs who appreciate MailChimp’s simplicity.
MailChimp’s initial plan is free, letting you send 12,000 emails each month to a recipient base of 2,000 people. However, once you grow past either of those benchmarks, you must purchase a monthly package. A basic package starts out at $10 per month and grows from there, but if you’re uncomfortable with a monthly fee, you can also choose to pay per email--from $0.03 to a fraction of a penny per email, depending on how many bulk credits you purchase.
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