Tag: review-post

Pipedrive review: The CRM for stacking bills—not spending them.

The short-winded explanation of Pipedrive.  Pipedrive makes selling easier and more visually appealing, all without draining your bank account. It’s the CRM built by salespeople for salespeople to help businesses convert leads into cash.  Pipedrive delivers a complete CRM focused on activity-based selling that is displayed through visual pipelines. Basically, if you’re a visual learner, […]

SendPulse Review: email marketing for scrappy entrepreneurs.

Quick SendPulse review. If you’re a small business owner, I’ll bet you’ve done a little of everything in your business. That’s part of getting an idea off the ground. You’ve probably also learned how to run on a Ramen budget. Unfortunately, that’s usually part of it as well. If you’ve found yourself wearing more hats […]

Ontraport Review: what email marketing hustle really looks like.

Quick Ontraport review for those in a rush. For the last decade, Aaron Draplin has been hustling. When he printed his first 200 small, rounded-edge notebooks, he didn’t think that his substitution for overdone memo pads would grow into a budding brand. Fast forward almost a decade, and Field Notes has become a cult of […]

Emma Review: the gal email marketers should pay attention to.

Let me tell you about My Emma. They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. But, I’m calling bullshit. I’m offering up a new phrase for this called the “Barracuda Effect”—and I’m coining this marketing term as my own.  The “barracuda effect” is where one’s attention is easily gripped by a shiny idea or […]

Keap Review: how one CRM sends 1 billion emails a month.

Quick Keap review. I wasn’t kidding when I wrote that title. Keap actually sends 1 billion emails a month—all without even calling themselves an email marketing software.  I, like you, am trying to picture what that many emails, hurling across the interweb, looks like. I imagine copywriters and content creators exchanging blows with their keyboards […]

iContact Review: email marketing as good as crispy fried chicken.

Quick iContact review. I know where they serve the best fried chicken this side of the Mississippi. That’s right, I said it.  When you first walk up to Price’s Chicken Coop, it’s dilapidated exterior and dated sign reflects that of a business on the rocks. On the window sill rests a smaller sign, equally as […]

Drip Review: the world’s first eCommerce CRM.

A quick Drip review.  Stop where you are if you think that this is going to be a review for email marketing software. Shame on you for even thinking that.  This is Drip, the world’s first eCommerce Customer Relationship Management system.  Yes, you heard me correctly, that’s ECRM.   Drip empowers small and medium-sized eCommerce operations […]

Constant Contact Review: A great choice for those who read email marketing for dummies.

Quick Review of Constant Contact Here’s the quick-and-dirty on Constant Contact: it’s simple, yet powerful, and very affordable. If you’re the type of person who just wants to sell more of whatever you’re selling, and you don’t want a software that will belittle your intelligence, give Constant Contact a go (for free). Starting at just […]

ConvertKit Review: The email marketing tool for creators who like to keep it simple.

Quick ConvertKit rundown.  I can appreciate it when someone truly knows themself. Whether it’s a friend, family member, colleague, or even that barista who knows your overly complicated drink order, their presence is refreshing. It’s like taking a double shot of charisma and chasing it with self-confidence. So when I stumble across a brand that […]