Best Fifteen Email Marketing Services to Grow a Huge Audience

Social media and crowd-funding may be getting all the hype, but frankly the most effective way to make a sale or build an audience is through mailing lists.

You can maintain a mailing list in your email account or with WordPress plugins, but there are also many companies that offer free or paid email marketing services.

There are many opinions about which one is best, and without too much difficulty you can find reviews which compare and contrast the various features and costs.

Here's a list of fifteen email marketing services to try.

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I am quite happy with Mailchimp, but that is just one of the possible options. I can't recommend services I haven't used myself, but I have heard nice things about Aweber, Constant Contact, and Mailerite.

Which one do you prefer? Do you know a good one that isn't on this list?

  1. MailChimp

  2. Aweber

  3. Mailerite

  4. ConstantContact

  5. MailMunch

  6. SendinBlue

  7. InfusionSoft

  8. Emma

  9. Mobilize

  10. Campaigner

  11. Pinpointe

  12. GetResponse

  13. iContact

  14. MailBlast

  15. FeedBlitz

 

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Nate Hoffelder is the founder and editor of The Digital Reader:"I've been into reading ebooks since forever, but I only got my first ereader in July 2007. Everything quickly spiraled out of control from there. Before I started this blog in January 2010 I covered ebooks, ebook readers, and digital publishing for about 2 years as a part of MobileRead Forums. It's a great community, and being a member is a joy. But I thought I could make something out of how I covered the news for MobileRead, so I started this blog."

7 Comments on Best Fifteen Email Marketing Services to Grow a Huge Audience

  1. For all the chatter about which social media sites work best and how to use them, it increasingly seems that long term the way to build an audience (of fans or customers) is the “old school” way. A blog and a sign up email list. Not that Facebook/Twitter/You Tube and the like don’t work, but you never really have any control. They keep changing their algorithms to either force you to spend money or just keep you dependent on them.

  2. Nate I’m really enjoying your recent posts like this one. 14 Book Cover Sites, Apps That Help You Make eBooks, and so on. Thank you!

  3. E-Goi – https://www.e-goi.com/en/ – is great. I shifted to E-Goi after issues with Mailchimp and found it much better.

  4. Mailchimp’s lite version, Tinyletter, is great for those who want a simple newsletter.

    https://tinyletter.com

  5. iContact just updated to a really nice drag and drop editor. Definitely worth checking out. And their customer service reps are said to be pretty amazing.

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