Here’s your A-Z list of email marketing service reviews.
This isn’t every email marketing service option on the market, but it’s pretty dang (that’s southern for damn) close. You’ll find a solution that fits your needs whether you’re a Shopify merchant looking to drive sales, or you’re a consultant looking to build an audience.
ActiveCampaign is a mean piece of marketing software packing an arsenal of automation features and stellar support. Get the full take on ActiveCampaign.
AWeber is the old guy on the email marketing block. They’re busy yelling at the damn youngsters to stay off their lawn. But their hard-earned experience comes with some valuable wisdom and a very reasonable price tag. Dig into the AWeber review if you want a solid piece of email software without breaking the bank.
They say you should do one thing really well if you want to have a successful business. Benchmark does cheap really well. Just don’t expect…
Campaign Monitor is email marketing software for the middle-shelf drinker. It’s not top-shelf, but it makes a solid go-to drink email marketing service.
If you’ve got a small team, small budget, and you’re looking for a large suite of easy-to-use tools, Constant Contact may be right up your alley.
ConvertKit is email marketing for creators. They do one thing well, email marketing. That’s a pretty solid value proposition for an email marketing service. If you’re a creator, dig into the review.
Drip’s focus industries are eCommerce, eCommerce, and eCommerce. Drip is a nice choice if you’re an eCommerce brand on Shopify, Magento, or WooCommerce who wants a full eCommerce CRM, not just email. Jump into the Drip review to get the pricing and features.
EmailOctopus is a damn good option to help the upstart brand hunting for a solution to drive their email marketing efforts. And they do it cheap…
Emma (also known as “MyEmma”) is engineered for restaurants, nonprofits, universities, and franchises. Give her a look if you’re serious about your email marketing efforts and not afraid of making a solid monetary investment.
When you don’t need part, some, or half a funnel, you need the whole thang, including webinars. That’s GetResponse.
Hubspot wrote the book on Inbound Marketing, literally. It’s not cheap, but it’s a powerful tool in the right hands. Are those hands yours?
iContact offers deep automation without a fat price tag. Those two factors alone make it a serious contender for your dollars.
Small service businesses looking for an email marketing robust CRM should give this review a long and hard look. It’s not cheap, but it’s easy to use and capable of taking your client acquisition to a new level.
Klaviyo may sound like an STD, but it’s a powerhouse for eCommerce brands. This is a top choice for anyone slinging products online.
Mailchimp is more like the 800 lbs gorilla of the email marketing world, but Mailgorilla just doesn’t have the same ring to it. The monkey has a massive amount of customers… for good reason. Unless you’re a Shopify store, it’s a fantastic choice.
If you’re comfortable with the controls of Mailchimp, but you need an option that still plays nice with Shopify (Mailchimp and Shopify had a nasty little breakup in case you didn’t know), dig into this Omnisend review. Using Omnisend will feel very familiar to Mailchimp customers.
Ontraport is packed with an elite list of tools from CRM and email marketing to landing pages and membership sites (for real, membership sites). If you’re an established brand with money to invest in your marketing and an itch to consolidate under one roof, give this Ontraport review a look.
Sendinblue is one of the best bangs for the buck in the email marketing world. Small businesses around the globe should stop what they’re doing right now and dig into this Sendinblue review because they may just be switching their email marketing software service by the end of it…
SendPulse is the option for scrappy entrepreneurs shopping on a budget. It’s cheap (like crazy cheap) but it has solid functionality. Dig into the full SendPulse review if monthly cost is your primary consideration.