Autopilot, ConvertKit, Drip Review

Autopilot, ConvertKit, Drip Review

Since we first recommended ActiveCampaign, there have been a number of companies that also promise easy-to-use marketing automation tools: Autopilot, ConvertKit and Drip. We put all three to the test and you can rest assured that ActiveCampaign still bests them all,...
Postcards

Postcards

Best drag-and-drop email designer. Flexible layouts include just about every module you need. A much needed solution for the world of e-mail marketing. Website: Postcards Price: Demo: Free; Business: $149/yr.
MailChimp

MailChimp

Probably the most widely recommended email application. A free account for up to 2,000 contacts has a lot to do with that. Website: MailChimp Price: New Business: Free up to 2,000 subscribers (but once you exceed that you can never go back, so keep that in mind!...
Google Inbox

Google Inbox

Best browser-based email client. Intelligent features bundle together travel emails into itineraries, which is very nice. Also has snooze features. Uses the “done” metaphor, instead of “Archive.” Website: Google Inbox Price: Free
Direct Mail

Direct Mail

Direct Mail is a freemium program that lets you create email messages and send them to lists using either your email account or Direct Mail’s pre-paid e3 delivery service, which starts at $15 per month for up to 500 email recipients. Has a useful iOS app to track...