Want to turn prospects into loyal customers?

In 2019, email marketing software is still the number one tool to accomplish that goal. Data compiled by SocialMediaToday shows that emails achieve an ROI of 28.5% and emails targeted to specific contact segments drive 36% to 58% of revenue.

The only question is: Which email marketing should you use?

GetResponse

According to their website, GetResponse is used by 350,000+ companies in 183 countries. I think it’s the most well-rounded email marketing tool for small and medium-sized businesses.

While GetResponse is best known for their email marketing solution, they offer way more. A GetResponse account gives you access to 1) email marketing, 2) marketing automation, 3) landing pages, and 4) webinars.

Using as a ballpark estimate 2500 contacts for a small business, the GetResponse price is fairly reasonable at only $25 per month. This price appears even better when you take into account that – unlike many other email marketing services – GetResponse doesn’t currently impose limits on sending emails.

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Constant Contact

Constant Contact is designed to allow extremely simple operation with mobile-optimized templates and simple WYSIWYG “drag-and-drop” editors that make creating and using sign-up forms, collecting emails and other contact information, managing email lists, starting campaigns, and analyzing real-time data as simple as easy to use as possible.

Small and startup businesses will find Constant Contact to be a cost-effective solution because of its flexible pricing scheme. The rates are based on the number of user’s email contacts starting at $20 per month.

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MailBird

MailBird boasts an incredible set of features, including support for multiple email accounts, excellent organizational tools and complete customization options. Mailbird even offers a set of apps that work within the email client itself, including integration with Dropbox, Evernote, Google Docs and more. This truly is email for power users who need to whip their inbox into shape. It may take a little time to get it working just the way you want, but it’s well worth it.

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