Which Email Marketing Provider is Best?
By Ted Fauster
Truly Fearless Life
Over several decades of helping solopreneurs and thought leaders set up email marketing campaigns, I’ve encountered a lot of different companies, from Constant Contact to Aweber to Mailchimp to Mailerlite. Truthfully, they’re all basically the same: they provide free access to their email marketing tools up to a certain number, and allow you to both send and track how your email campaigns are doing. I’ve used all of the previous mentioned, but I’m really liking Mailerlite.
Mailerlite Email Marketing is simple to use, even if you’ve never set up an email campaign before. You can have up to 1,000 people on your list until they start charging you. Even then, it’s only $10 a month. You also get to send up to 12,000 emails each month, for free.
So if you have 1,000 people on your mailing list, you can send them each 12 emails a month!
This is the perfect starting point. It’s going to take you a while to amass more than 1,000 subscribers. Mailerlite allows you to take your time, learn to interact with an incredibly friendly campaign builder, and even schedule entire email drip campaigns. I’ve never had an issue with them and still use Mailerlite to this day.