Research has shown that the average person needs to be exposed to an ad at least 7 times (and often many more) before they will buy a product. You therefore need to remind visitors to come BACK to your site, making an autoresponder service essential for your online business.
Below I've listed those autoresponder services that I and other Internet marketing professionals have used and trusted for years.
TOP PICK: Aweber Communications
Having used their service since 1998, Aweber's autoresponder service is my TOP pick and the one I most highly recommend. Just some of Aweber's features include detailed email web analytics, activity based segmentation, geo-targeting, broadcast split-testing and an easy-to-use email setup wizard. Try Aweber risk-free for a month to get
more email subscribers, enhance your subscriber relationships, and increase your sales.
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Constant Contact's service includes customizable website visitor sign up form; Over 100 professional HTML email templates (newsletters, promos, invites and more); List management and hosting (including unsubscribe and bounce mgmt); Automatic delivery in the correct format, HTML or text; Real-time reporting (including opens, who clicked on which links and more); You can try it free for 60 days. Every free trial includes a subscription to their email marketing best practices newsletter and email campaign coaching tips.
Get Response is the email marketing / autoresponder of choice by such top-notch Internet marketers as Michel Fortin, Marlon Sanders and Yanik Silver; and has been used by over 500,000 internet marketers since 1998. With GetResponse, your email marketing campaigns are protected by their Delivery Guard™ technology that monitors your mailings 24/7. Support service is also 24/7.
All the Recommended Autoresponder Services are monthly fees, Have you ever tried mailloop 7.0 or previous version? If you did please let us know your experience. Don;t you think this better because one time expense and you done with it. Please advise
Rosalind Gardner says
I DID try Mailloop a very long time ago and ended up almost losing my Internet Service Provider (ISP) by result when they saw a large number of emails originating from my end. I had some ‘splainin’ to do as well as forms to sign just to get back online — and that was back in the days when there was almost no choice between ISP’s in small towns.
My advice – go with Aweber.
Hope that helps!