Marketing Manager at ABC Consultancy
04 March 2010 11:02am
I'm interested in buying or finding "free" Email marketing software can anyone
recommend a good software package that is easy to use and follow.
E-Business Consultant at Dan Barker
04 March 2010 16:17pm
i've used phplist in the past. it's fairly straightforward & even somewhat flexible.
i would say though: you'd be much better off using mailchimp. it does cost, but the costs are tiny & it will save you hours/days of needless headaches.
Online Marketing Consultant at M Jain Consulting Inc..
05 March 2010 09:22am
groupmail is easy and good to manage...
Software Testing Executive at Alpha Consultancy
11 March 2010 09:28am
I am using AJ Email Marketer and it is the best email marketing software.
CEO at Incerta Internet Advertising and Information Technologies
14 March 2010 01:27am
As a desktop application you can use Group Mail Plus, as a web based solution you can use PHPlist which runs on linux servers. They are both good. We used PHPlist for 250.000 e-mails and it worked great.
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16 March 2010 19:47pm
thank you very much for your comment.I will try this and let u know
Managing Director at Digital Gearbox
17 March 2010 17:48pm
Hi I believe this one costs (very little) but I've heard good things about it - Constant Contact
Hope that helps
Sr. Consultant at Indivirtual BV
18 March 2010 13:44pm
I would say Mailchimp is the best option. Costs a little and the features are great.
Partner and Executive Producer at Digital Pulp
18 March 2010 15:12pm
Constant Contact is good. MailChimp is a little easier to use, free for small mailings (under 500 emails, less than 3000 emails/month) and discounted for non-profits. There is one issue with MailChimp where they don't allow prospecting so no purchased lists can be used with their system.
The big win for both of these options is the fact that they're hosted services so you simply create an account and go. The problem with software is that it may be free but there is quite a bit of time to install and maintain not to mention the exposure your org will face if the emails that get sent through your mail servers get marked as spam by ISPs. It could get your corporate emails blacklisted.
29 March 2010 11:08am
I could sell you a proven software I have used for years. It's simply great. Fully licenced with HTML abilities, tracking and inbuilt database capacity of millions.
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