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Top 5 Alternatives to Constant Contact

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Wesley Kriz

Writing from the Pacific Northwest (read: the Best Coast), Wesley graduated from George Fox University in 2014 with a degree in History, then again from George Fox in 2016 with a Masters of Arts in Teaching. He has been writing about project management for 2 years, and keeps a running list of wacky software brand names; seriously, it's wild out there
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    Kyle Skyles

    I started using FireDrum https://firedrumemailmarketing.com about 6 months ago and never looked back.
    I love that the have chat support, they are so responsive on support. Pricing is the best I’ve seen, look for their switch and save pricing to get 50% off (permanently) when switching from another provider. Lastly, I think they have the best email builder out there, what used to take hours now takes literally seconds!

    Kyle

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      Edwin Susskind

      thanks for the helpful information,

      Ed Susskind

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        Maddie Levy

        This article is spot on re: SendinBlue being a good option for not a lot of money. We’ve been using them for a few months for a 60k/month email newsletter. The cost to do this is less than $40 each time! We tried MailChimp for a while but eventually found everything we needed [for less $] with SiB. Best things about SiB: responsive template, design elements, easy-to-use tools, great customer service, value. Cons: website UX/UI could be a little better and more intuitive, plus sometimes uploading/approving large contact lists can be slow. They also really reward their customers, for example we received a few hundred email credits for free by simply following them on social media.

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          Sam

          I still think that Mailerlite is the greatest alternative to Constant Contact, you can check this comparison table: https://www.mailerlite.com/constant-contact-alternative Cheers!

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            Jessica

            GetResponse is my favourite one

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