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Drudgery
(@drudgery)
New Member

I recently took over Mailchimp duties at a small firm. They send out a daily newsletter.

Mailchimp is quite a time waster and headache. The newsletter has several sections and headings. In Mailchimp I have to copy and paste into every section and heading, and then the fonts and size are wrong so I have to change all that each time. I have to change the date in several different places. Photos are also a nightmare. Etc. etc.

I understand why DIY mass emails are not recommended (spam filters etc.) But I did notice, during my research, how easy a mass email would be otherwise. I can literally cut and paste the entire newsletter into an email in one shot and the formatting looks fine and it's ready to go.

SO, my question: Isn't there a marketing email service like Mailchimp but where the design is as easy as pasting into an email? I figure there must be. If the technology is such that it works with emails, why not with an email marketing service?

And if it doesn't exist, somebody invent it and get rich.

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Topic starter Posted : 31/07/2021 9:05 am
batoolabbas
(@batoolabbas)
Reputable Member

Try these sites out. As per search they are better alternatives to Mailchimp; SendInBlue, HubSpot, GetResponse, and AWeber

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Posted : 03/08/2021 1:34 am
its.khan
(@its-khan)
Eminent Member
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Try these sites out. As per search they are better alternatives to Mailchimp; SendInBlue, HubSpot, GetResponse, and AWeber

 

You can also search on google.

And you will find the best alternative to mailchimp.

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Posted : 09/08/2021 1:10 pm
Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Prominent Member
Posted by: @drudgery

I recently took over Mailchimp duties at a small firm. They send out a daily newsletter.

Mailchimp is quite a time waster and headache. The newsletter has several sections and headings. In Mailchimp I have to copy and paste into every section and heading, and then the fonts and size are wrong so I have to change all that each time. I have to change the date in several different places. Photos are also a nightmare. Etc. etc.

I understand why DIY mass emails are not recommended (spam filters etc.) But I did notice, during my research, how easy a mass email would be otherwise. I can literally cut and paste the entire newsletter into an email in one shot and the formatting looks fine and it's ready to go.

SO, my question: Isn't there a marketing email service like Mailchimp but where the design is as easy as pasting into an email? I figure there must be. If the technology is such that it works with emails, why not with an email marketing service?

And if it doesn't exist, somebody invent it and get rich.

Most of the email software have similar UI but to make your own cheap MailChimp, you can go with mailwizz or Mautic.

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Posted : 13/08/2021 11:13 am
Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Prominent Member
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Try these sites out. As per search they are better alternatives to Mailchimp; SendInBlue, HubSpot, GetResponse, and AWeber

 

Hubspot is mainly a CRM website and not an email marketing.

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Posted : 13/08/2021 11:14 am
Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Prominent Member
Posted by: @its-khan
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Try these sites out. As per search they are better alternatives to Mailchimp; SendInBlue, HubSpot, GetResponse, and AWeber

 

You can also search on google.

And you will find the best alternative to mailchimp.

Best alternative to MailChimp on the google is Constant contact but it is expensive.

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Posted : 13/08/2021 11:14 am
Retro Canvas
(@retrocanvas)
Honorable Member
Posted by: @drudgery

I recently took over Mailchimp duties at a small firm. They send out a daily newsletter.

Mailchimp is quite a time waster and headache. The newsletter has several sections and headings. In Mailchimp I have to copy and paste into every section and heading, and then the fonts and size are wrong so I have to change all that each time. I have to change the date in several different places. Photos are also a nightmare. Etc. etc.

I understand why DIY mass emails are not recommended (spam filters etc.) But I did notice, during my research, how easy a mass email would be otherwise. I can literally cut and paste the entire newsletter into an email in one shot and the formatting looks fine and it's ready to go.

SO, my question: Isn't there a marketing email service like Mailchimp but where the design is as easy as pasting into an email? I figure there must be. If the technology is such that it works with emails, why not with an email marketing service?

And if it doesn't exist, somebody invent it and get rich.

Hello

Try these,

 

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Posted : 13/08/2021 8:52 pm
Retro Canvas
(@retrocanvas)
Honorable Member
Posted by: @drudgery

I recently took over Mailchimp duties at a small firm. They send out a daily newsletter.

Mailchimp is quite a time waster and headache. The newsletter has several sections and headings. In Mailchimp I have to copy and paste into every section and heading, and then the fonts and size are wrong so I have to change all that each time. I have to change the date in several different places. Photos are also a nightmare. Etc. etc.

I understand why DIY mass emails are not recommended (spam filters etc.) But I did notice, during my research, how easy a mass email would be otherwise. I can literally cut and paste the entire newsletter into an email in one shot and the formatting looks fine and it's ready to go.

SO, my question: Isn't there a marketing email service like Mailchimp but where the design is as easy as pasting into an email? I figure there must be. If the technology is such that it works with emails, why not with an email marketing service?

And if it doesn't exist, somebody invent it and get rich.

I also found a website called alternative.io it gives you alternative for every app / website possible

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Posted : 13/08/2021 8:53 pm
batoolabbas
(@batoolabbas)
Reputable Member
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Try these sites out. As per search they are better alternatives to Mailchimp; SendInBlue, HubSpot, GetResponse, and AWeber

 

Hubspot is mainly a CRM website and not an email marketing.

It comes under the free email marketing tools too 

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Posted : 14/08/2021 1:45 am
Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Prominent Member
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Try these sites out. As per search they are better alternatives to Mailchimp; SendInBlue, HubSpot, GetResponse, and AWeber

 

Hubspot is mainly a CRM website and not an email marketing.

It comes under the free email marketing tools too 

But sendinblue has better features than Hubspot is free version.

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Posted : 14/08/2021 4:19 am
its.khan
(@its-khan)
Eminent Member
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @its-khan
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Try these sites out. As per search they are better alternatives to Mailchimp; SendInBlue, HubSpot, GetResponse, and AWeber

 

You can also search on google.

And you will find the best alternative to mailchimp.

Best alternative to MailChimp on the google is Constant contact but it is expensive.

You should check out mailchimp and constant contact features. If constant content is expensive then there will be difference between mailchimp and constant contact features.

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Posted : 22/08/2021 1:48 pm
Muhammad aown
(@muhammad-aown)
Prominent Member
Posted by: @its-khan
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @its-khan
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Try these sites out. As per search they are better alternatives to Mailchimp; SendInBlue, HubSpot, GetResponse, and AWeber

 

You can also search on google.

And you will find the best alternative to mailchimp.

Best alternative to MailChimp on the google is Constant contact but it is expensive.

You should check out mailchimp and constant contact features. If constant content is expensive then there will be difference between mailchimp and constant contact features.

It has double the price, the main problem is not the price, the problem is it not having a free plan.

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Posted : 24/08/2021 12:49 pm
Waleed Shafiq
(@waleedshafiq99)
Prominent Member
Posted by: @retrocanvas
Posted by: @drudgery

I recently took over Mailchimp duties at a small firm. They send out a daily newsletter.

Mailchimp is quite a time waster and headache. The newsletter has several sections and headings. In Mailchimp I have to copy and paste into every section and heading, and then the fonts and size are wrong so I have to change all that each time. I have to change the date in several different places. Photos are also a nightmare. Etc. etc.

I understand why DIY mass emails are not recommended (spam filters etc.) But I did notice, during my research, how easy a mass email would be otherwise. I can literally cut and paste the entire newsletter into an email in one shot and the formatting looks fine and it's ready to go.

SO, my question: Isn't there a marketing email service like Mailchimp but where the design is as easy as pasting into an email? I figure there must be. If the technology is such that it works with emails, why not with an email marketing service?

And if it doesn't exist, somebody invent it and get rich.

I also found a website called alternative.io it gives you alternative for every app / website possible

Really that type of website is existing? Actually, I was looking for it. Lemme check that webiste.

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Posted : 25/11/2021 5:49 am
Waleed Shafiq
(@waleedshafiq99)
Prominent Member
Posted by: @retrocanvas
Posted by: @drudgery

I recently took over Mailchimp duties at a small firm. They send out a daily newsletter.

Mailchimp is quite a time waster and headache. The newsletter has several sections and headings. In Mailchimp I have to copy and paste into every section and heading, and then the fonts and size are wrong so I have to change all that each time. I have to change the date in several different places. Photos are also a nightmare. Etc. etc.

I understand why DIY mass emails are not recommended (spam filters etc.) But I did notice, during my research, how easy a mass email would be otherwise. I can literally cut and paste the entire newsletter into an email in one shot and the formatting looks fine and it's ready to go.

SO, my question: Isn't there a marketing email service like Mailchimp but where the design is as easy as pasting into an email? I figure there must be. If the technology is such that it works with emails, why not with an email marketing service?

And if it doesn't exist, somebody invent it and get rich.

Hello

Try these,

 

The First 3 are great and I use them a little bit but can you tell me more about no 4 because that is new to me?

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Posted : 25/11/2021 5:50 am
Retro Canvas
(@retrocanvas)
Honorable Member
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Try these sites out. As per search they are better alternatives to Mailchimp; SendInBlue, HubSpot, GetResponse, and AWeber

 

Hubspot is mainly a CRM website and not an email marketing.

It comes under the free email marketing tools too 

Yes it does

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Posted : 26/11/2021 11:46 am
Retro Canvas
(@retrocanvas)
Honorable Member
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Try these sites out. As per search they are better alternatives to Mailchimp; SendInBlue, HubSpot, GetResponse, and AWeber

 

Hubspot is mainly a CRM website and not an email marketing.

It comes under the free email marketing tools too 

But sendinblue has better features than Hubspot is free version.

This is because it is paid

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Posted : 26/11/2021 11:46 am
Retro Canvas
(@retrocanvas)
Honorable Member
Posted by: @its-khan
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @its-khan
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Try these sites out. As per search they are better alternatives to Mailchimp; SendInBlue, HubSpot, GetResponse, and AWeber

 

You can also search on google.

And you will find the best alternative to mailchimp.

Best alternative to MailChimp on the google is Constant contact but it is expensive.

You should check out mailchimp and constant contact features. If constant content is expensive then there will be difference between mailchimp and constant contact features.

There will always be other alternatives

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Posted : 26/11/2021 11:47 am
Retro Canvas
(@retrocanvas)
Honorable Member
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @its-khan
Posted by: @muhammad-aown
Posted by: @its-khan
Posted by: @batoolabbas

Try these sites out. As per search they are better alternatives to Mailchimp; SendInBlue, HubSpot, GetResponse, and AWeber

 

You can also search on google.

And you will find the best alternative to mailchimp.

Best alternative to MailChimp on the google is Constant contact but it is expensive.

You should check out mailchimp and constant contact features. If constant content is expensive then there will be difference between mailchimp and constant contact features.

It has double the price, the main problem is not the price, the problem is it not having a free plan.

Which of the 2 is not having a free plan.

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Posted : 26/11/2021 11:48 am
Retro Canvas
(@retrocanvas)
Honorable Member
Posted by: @waleedshafiq99
Posted by: @retrocanvas
Posted by: @drudgery

I recently took over Mailchimp duties at a small firm. They send out a daily newsletter.

Mailchimp is quite a time waster and headache. The newsletter has several sections and headings. In Mailchimp I have to copy and paste into every section and heading, and then the fonts and size are wrong so I have to change all that each time. I have to change the date in several different places. Photos are also a nightmare. Etc. etc.

I understand why DIY mass emails are not recommended (spam filters etc.) But I did notice, during my research, how easy a mass email would be otherwise. I can literally cut and paste the entire newsletter into an email in one shot and the formatting looks fine and it's ready to go.

SO, my question: Isn't there a marketing email service like Mailchimp but where the design is as easy as pasting into an email? I figure there must be. If the technology is such that it works with emails, why not with an email marketing service?

And if it doesn't exist, somebody invent it and get rich.

I also found a website called alternative.io it gives you alternative for every app / website possible

Really that type of website is existing? Actually, I was looking for it. Lemme check that webiste.

Yes it does, I used it twice

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Posted : 26/11/2021 11:48 am
Retro Canvas
(@retrocanvas)
Honorable Member
Posted by: @waleedshafiq99
Posted by: @retrocanvas
Posted by: @drudgery

I recently took over Mailchimp duties at a small firm. They send out a daily newsletter.

Mailchimp is quite a time waster and headache. The newsletter has several sections and headings. In Mailchimp I have to copy and paste into every section and heading, and then the fonts and size are wrong so I have to change all that each time. I have to change the date in several different places. Photos are also a nightmare. Etc. etc.

I understand why DIY mass emails are not recommended (spam filters etc.) But I did notice, during my research, how easy a mass email would be otherwise. I can literally cut and paste the entire newsletter into an email in one shot and the formatting looks fine and it's ready to go.

SO, my question: Isn't there a marketing email service like Mailchimp but where the design is as easy as pasting into an email? I figure there must be. If the technology is such that it works with emails, why not with an email marketing service?

And if it doesn't exist, somebody invent it and get rich.

Hello

Try these,

 

The First 3 are great and I use them a little bit but can you tell me more about no 4 because that is new to me?

Use Woodpecker to reach out and follow up across channels & build meaningful B2B relations.
 
 
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Posted : 26/11/2021 11:50 am
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