Comparing Different Email Service Providers
If you want to get into email marketing, you need to have an email service provider (ESP).
But which one should you actually use?
Today we’re showing you five options.
Five Email Service Provider Options
Check out our ultimate guide to email marketing for more information on your email strategy. And once you do – here are five ESP’s to get you started!
This is one of the most popular ESP’s, and for good reason. MailChimp is a great combination of advanced features and affordable pricing.
Keep in mind, though: it’s not the most user-friendly.
One of the easiest ESP’s to use, ConvertKit is especially useful for small business owners and bloggers.
Not only does this email service provider offer everything you need to step up your email marketing game, but they also have a wealth of learning resources to help you along the way. Definitely worth checking out!
This ESP is an advanced option, but also quite intuitive. It’s a great option if you have a WordPress website with its seamless integration.
Drip is also known for how easy it is to create sales funnels through the software.
This ESP is a bit more advanced. It’s not really for beginners, as there are ton of features that apply specifically to bigger businesses.
However, it’s worth your attention if you are looking for an “all-in-one” solution.
I know several bloggers that swear by this ESP. It’s not as advanced as other options on the market but has everything you need: good deliverability, segmentation, and options for automated email sequences.
Plus it’s free up to 1,000 email subscribers!
One Last Tip For Choosing Your ESP
You probably won’t use all the features that your ESP has to offer, so don’t worry too much about choosing the right one.
Like anything else in your business – the most important thing is just getting started!
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