We were looking for a reliable solution for transactional emails and SendGrid seemed pretty good for our needs. They are updating their marketing offering so we use it more and more for newsletters as well. We do not have the need to invest in a highly customizable tool, and with SendGrid’s drag and drop feature we can create pretty standard newsletters very quickly. I tried to make it more customized by meddling with their code once, but I broke everything, so now I stick to the standard elements.
CEO - Pollock Technologies
We use SendGrid. I don't have much to say on it. It is what it is. We are not passionately in love with it.
CEO - Panjo
I love SendGrid. We don’t use it for email marketing too much; we mostly use it to send out system and engagement emails. SendGrid is trying to do a similar thing as HubSpot, but it is still trying to catch up.
VP of Technology - Gust
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SendGrid’s users come in all shapes and sizes, from small Seed-stage startups to Series B companies with hundreds of employees. The common need among them is for a developer-friendly, highly automated email marketing service that can handle complex email delivery needs.
SendGrid starts out free, allowing you to send either 400 emails per day, or 12,000 emails per month, before requiring you to upgrade to a paid package. Paid packages include additional features, such as analytics, API integration and dedicated support. Those packages start at $9.95 per month and work their way up to $399.95 per month, depending on volume of emails.
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