Austin, TX (Vocus) November 12, 2010
Email-Marketing-Options.com has posted a new review of GetResponse, a top email marketing service that is now featured on the site’s comparison chart. Thanks to the updated review, GetResponse is now rated on par with competitor Constant Contact, according to the site.
About the top email marketing services on Email-Marketing-Options.com:
Constant Contact is a popular email marketing brand that received high marks for its contact management system and responsive customer support. They also scored well on campaign reporting and email deliverability, offering A/B (split) testing, spam checking and other “best practice” tools and tips. They will host five email newsletter images for free, but customers will have to upgrade their plan to get more storage space for images.
Constant Contact starts at $15 per month to mail up to 500 contacts. Constant Contact offers a 60-day free trial period during which customers can send an unlimited number of emails to up to 100 contacts.
GetResponse recently tied with Constant Contact for the highest score on Email-Marketing-Options.com. They got high marks for a variety of email templates (over 300), a user-friendly design tool, Google Analytics integration and responsive live chat support. They also offer to host up to 1 GB of images for customers to use in their campaigns. Additionally, GetResponse offers convenient “share” buttons for social media and an iPhone app.
Get Response starts at $9.95 for 250 contacts or $14 for 500 contacts. GetResponse lets people use the free trial version for as long as they want, provided they email only 100 contacts or less per month.
MailChimp scored almost as high as competitors Constant Contact and GetResponse for their contact management system, reporting and extra features, such as A/B testing, Google Analytics integration and customer feedback forms. Although they offer fewer than 100 email templates, the templates are easily customizable.
MailChimp starts at $15 for up to 1000 contacts. They offer a free trial version that lasts indefinitely, provided customers have fewer than 1000 contacts who they email six times or less per month.