A newcomer based in Lithuania, MailerLite has a young and dynamic team (averaging 25 years of age) that creates a modern and simple newsletter product. Their aim is international: both the support and interface are available in multiple languages. And in spite of basic appearances, Mailerlite offers good tools, a robust editor and a “free for life” price plan. Too good to be true? Apparently not, as you’ll see in the pros and cons.
How do I upload an email list to Facebook?
Lists vs. Groups: In Mad Mimi, you’ll be creating multiple lists—one for each option—whereas in MailChimp you’ll only need one list because each list can have multiple “groups”, and you can choose to send emails to different groups or segments. (As mentioned above, you’ll find you need to trick Mad Mimi with a secondary feed address like FeedBurner or FeedBlitz to create more than one RSS to email campaign from the same site.)
Do I need permission to send marketing emails?
Through the use of an email marketing service, you can get in touch directly with your target and existing customer bases to send promotional and informational messages, newsletters, event invitations or coupons and discounts. Since different services will offer different combinations of features at varying price points, it can be difficult to find the right service for your business.
What does unsubscribe email mean?
Remember that your email subscribers are people too, so don't be afraid to let your personality show. Good writing really matters in marketing, and one of the email marketing tips Cates says can really make a difference in connecting with customers is to write like a human. "Drop all the marketing and sales-speak. Just like social media, one of the great things about email is that it has allowed businesses to speak in a more casual voice with their customers and fans. This means you can be funny and loose in the ways you get your messages across," he explains. "Write to your readers like they're people, not customers or subscribers, because that's exactly what they are."