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#1390084 by Saima from Queenstown Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:43 pm
Hi, Is anyone using MailerLite as their email service provider? IF yes, how is your experience with it? Like Mailchimp, it's free for the first 1000 subscribers and very easy to use, or so I've heard. And also, Is it even possible to integrate it with SBI?
#1390102 by Christine from Elliottville Fri Jan 12, 2018 12:22 pm
Funnily enough I am switching my current lists from Mailchimp to Mailerlite. This is after reading a huge number of glowing recommendations from another group I am in. It seems that - unless you need really sophisticated features - Mailerlite offers the same as Mailchimp, but at far less cost. It also offers a couple of features that Mailchimp doesn't have. I don't know about integration with SBI but it is easy to use a 3rd party provider for emails and to place their sign up forms on an SBI site.
#1390150 by Saima from Queenstown Sat Jan 13, 2018 4:06 am
Yes, I was told about MailerLite in a Facebook group too. I don't have a list size worth speaking about yet (I have a grand total of 8 people on my email list and half of those are my family!) but I want to start right. I just hope MailerLite will be a good fit. Thanks for your input, Christine.
#1390154 by Nancy from 90% Persistence-10% Inspiration Sat Jan 13, 2018 5:03 am
I switched back to MailChimp. I was concerned about email deliverability rates. MailChimp has very high rates.
Like it or not an ISP would rather NOT deliver your commercial emails. The chances of an ISPs customers complaining about unwanted or dangerous emails are MUCH greater than the same customers grousing about not receiving an email that they forgot they signed up for.
MailChimp is the King Kong of commercial emailing services. It is trusted by ISPs because it has a reputation for kicking off shady emailers who don't follow their rules.
#1390159 by Nancy from 90% Persistence-10% Inspiration Sat Jan 13, 2018 7:48 am
Saima, it IS confusing. I like MailerLite very much, particularly the way that they handle automatically resending emails to people who haven't opened them. Much easier to implement than on MailChimp. <<sigh>>
Whichever company you decide to go with, always strive to make the email relevant to the person that you're sending it to.I recently read an article that said that ISPs are starting to measure opens and engagement to determine whether to show your emails in the in-box or in spam.
The days of getting an email list and then just throwing offers at them are OVER.